The first-ever Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is almost here, and it's going
to be fantastic! We have two excellent sets of sessions scheduled, an
awesome after-event venue, and a bunch of surprises you never expected
to get for such a low price. If you have to pick only one thing to do
on September 23rd, make it the Pittsburgh Perl Workshop.
The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is nearly sold out! Please register now
to reserve your spot. Early-bird registration is now closed, but the
workshop is still very affordable at just $40 for general admission
and $20 for students.
We still need more volunteers to help make this a success. If you're
interested, please sign up for the available positions on our wiki.
Church Brew Works after party
We are planning to go to the festive and microbrew-licious Church Brew
Works for an after-party at 7pm. It's very important to sign up if you
want to go, so we know how many tables to reserve!
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