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YAPC::Israel::2003 has been moved - the list of pr

posted by pudge on 2003.03.04 16:33   Printer-friendly
gabor writes "Due to technical issues we have moved YAPC::Israel::2003 to a new location and a new date. The conference will be held at the Caesarea Edmond Benjamin de Rothschild Foundation Institute for Interdisciplinary Applications of Computer Science (or, in short, CRI) in Haifa on 11th of May 2003 (one day earlier than originally planned). We have also published the list of presentations. Also, Mark Jason Dominus will give 3 one-day training classes in Haifa as a guest of Perl Training Israel after the conference. Details will be announced soon."
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  • With most of the presentations being Hebrew I guess you don't expect many participants from outside Israel! :-)

      - ask

    -- ask bjoern hansen [], !try; do();

    • Re:Hebrew (Score:2, Informative)

      Since (almost) all responses were from Israel (proposal and participation) and in order to attract a lot of local people Hebrew is one of the possible languages for presentations. If we get enough demand from people from abroad an English speaking track can be arranged.

      The orginizers will be very happy to welcome any participant from abroad.
    • Man, now I want to go! I've been wanting to learn Hebrew for years!

      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
    • Well, originally we though there is not much chance that a lot of (non-hebrew speaking) people will come to Israel for a one-day conference. We did not even expect proposals from abroad but it turned out that at least 2 are from aborad.

      As Shlomo Yona also wrote in his response we would be happy to see more non-Hebrew speaking people comming from abroad. We'll try to make a track with only English presentations.

      Besides, some people might want to attend the MJD course [] which will be in English and will dro

  • Is Israel home to any species of Praying Mantis? What's the origin of that flag?