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Call for Participation - YAPC::Europe 2007 in Vienna
Vienna.pm is officially announcing the call for participation for Yet Another Perl Conference Europe 2007. This years conference theme is "Social Perl".
The conference will be held in Vienna, Austria, from 29th to 31st August 2007 at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.
- Larry Wall, creator of Perl (sponsored by nfotex)
- Damian Conway (sponsored by Anonymous Donor)
- Audrey Tang (sponsored by geizhals.at)
- Mark Jason Dominus (sponsored by geizhals.at)
The final schedule will be announced on 22nd of July 2007.
Would-be speakers please see the Call for Papers for more information on key dates and talks.
- Regular attendance: 100 EUR
- Students and Early Birds: 80 EUR
- Business/Sponsor Tariff: 200 EUR
Regular attendance costs 100 Euro, and 80 Euros for students. Early birds only pay 80 Euros (if paid until 31st March 2007). There is also a voluntary business/sponsor tariff at 200 Euros, which is an easy way to sponsor YAPC::Europe 2007 and Perl in general.
You will not only get three days packed with interesting talks and people, but also a goodie bag, a conference t-shirt, an invitation to the attendees dinner and the unique opportunity to see renowned members of the Perl community with orange mohawks.
As YAPC::Europe is a community-driven conference, we're not in it for the profit. But should we make one, all money will be used for funding further Perl 5|6 development, future YAPC::Europe conferences and for advancing Perl usage / the Perl community in Austria.
How to register
To register for YAPC::Europe 2007 go to our website: http://vienna.yapceurope.org
Click on the 'New user'-Link in the navbar and fill out the subsequent form.
Accomodation & getting to Vienna
Please note that you shoulddefinitly book your hotel room as soon as possible. While you will be able to get a room later, the hotels near the venue will fill up. So to prevent long trips through the city or paying more than you want to, book your hotel room!.
You can find more information on accomodation in Vienna, and how to get to Vienna by plain, train, car etc at the conference website.
For more information please see the YAPCE 2007 website at http://vienna.yapceurope.org.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The organisers will get back to you as soon as possible.