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Pittsburgh Perl Workshop : Final Call for Papers

by ehdonhon (Curate)
on Jul 12, 2006 at 02:53 UTC ( #560592=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

On 23 September 2006 the Pittsburgh Perl Workshop will take place at Carnegie Mellon University. The idea is to have a low-cost, one-day conference on the theme of "Perl at Work":

Although the call for talks has officially ended, we know that some excellent would-be speakers need just One More Day to get their proposals in. No problem: If you submit your proposal in next 48 hours, we will extend the deadline for you. Don't delay!

The submission process is refreshingly easy. Just write a quick email and send it to us. The following page shows you how:

Why give a talk? This is an exciting chance to be a part of history. While Perl workshops have had great success in Europe, PPW 2006 will be the first U.S.-based workshop of its kind. Several prominent members of the Perl community, such as brian d foy (co-author of Learning Perl, 4th Edition and Intermediate Perl) and Peter Scott (author of Perl Debugged), will be speaking at the workshop. If you have something to say about “Perl At Work”, shouldn't you be there, too?

This is your event. Seize the day!

Bottom line:

If you are interested in speaking at the soon-to-be-legendary Pittsburgh Perl Workshop 2006, this is your last chance. Get your proposal in NOW! Here's how:

Pittsburgh Perl Workshop
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