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Grand-Rapids.pm Call for Speakers

posted by rjbs on 2005.10.19 8:11   Printer-friendly
Matt Heusser writes "Grand-Rapids Perl Mongers is looking for guest speakers! grand-rapids.pm.org is seeking speakers for the 2006 season. Meetings are typically held the last Friday of the month, every month, at the offices of a corporate sponsor, during the lunch hour. We seek professionals, educators, and hobbyists who have something interesting to share."
General topics are along the following general lines:

- Practical Perl Tips & Techniques
- Powerful modules that no one has heard of
- Advanced Concepts: Threading, OO, GUI, Web Spiders/Web automation, etc.
- Open Source and Related Tools (PHP, Python, Ruby, Linux, Apache, MySQL, etc)
- Perl 6 and other new developments
- "Look at this neat thing I did in Perl / here's how I did it"
- Other topics of interest to Software Developers who think for themselves

In the following formats:
- Lightning Talks of five minutes in length.
- Short Talks; ten to twenty minutes
- Long Talks; thirty-five minutes to one hour

Lunch will be provided for speakers; a travel allowance is available for out-of-town speakers.

For more information please contact Matt Heusser, the Program Chair at Matt.heusser@gmail.com. To submit a talk, email Matt Heusser with your presentation title, a short (20-to-100 word) abstract, and a preferred month to give the talk. If you think it will help, feel free to also send a list of your qualifications, short outline, or any comments.

Regards,

Matthew Heusser,
matt.heusser@gmail.com
Program Chair, http://grand-rapids.pm.org/
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