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From 9-11 Oktober 2009 we (Alexander and me) will organize a Workshop for mostly german speaking People in the woods of Bavaria, where you can recreate in nature and learn WxPerl and get help to implement an own idea. And all that for community-friendly 15 bugs + what charges this (35,-) or another house of your choice for bed & breakfast per night.

All the Details are already posted under http://perl-nachrichten.de/index.cgi/details/502.

If you're interested, leave us please a mail at news@ademmler.de, that we can do plan better.

Thanks

EDIT: English listeners are also welcome, if there can bare that most other speak german.

EDIT: I mispelled the Mail adress, it should be ".com" but now do both versions work please write again if your mail failed once, thanks.


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