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Madrid.pm technical meeting today , 2008.07.10 8:39 (0 comments)

It is today at 7:30 pm in Barquillo 11, Madrid.

Diego Kuperman is going to talk about Moose and I am going to talk about advanced Perl sorting techniques and t ...

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Subject Datestamp Replies Score
Re:do FIRST not BEFORE  2010.07.16 9:29 2 1
do FIRST not BEFORE  2010.07.16 3:12 2 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Phasers are a blast: FIRST and LAST
I do magic  2010.06.13 4:41  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Magic: too powerful?
mobile version was also broken last week  2009.09.19 14:05  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Dear Yahoo! Mail
what a coincidence!  2009.08.28 11:56 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Spreadsheet::ParseExcel on github
Don't forget Expect, please!  2009.09.01 2:41  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Windows Perl as a first class citizen within our reach
Re:how to fix ithreads  2009.07.06 2:11  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: In defense of Perl ithreads
another approach  2008.06.13 4:38  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Storing word-grams
CPAN tester running perl 5.6.x  2007.05.30 10:17 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Config::Trivial 0.70 "Wet Bank Holiday"
Re:different alghoritms  2006.11.30 19:11 1 1
different alghoritms  2006.11.30 3:45 2 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Bad reasons you should learn C.
assertions  2006.10.06 3:22  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Proper Exception Handling
document Perl 5 internals  2006.04.01 9:40  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Grant applications
new Net::SFTP::Foreign version  2006.02.20 3:09 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Net::SFTP::Foreign
Try Sort::Key  2005.04.09 11:58  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: a harmless sort?
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