[Chicago-talk] Chicago.pm Meeting - 16th January 2007 - Catalyst, The Elegant MVC Web Framework
kent at c2group.net
Tue Jan 16 13:46:41 PST 2007
Was I sleeping, or did no one else chime in on this?
I'm up for it.
C2 Group, Inc.
kent at c2group.net
On Jan 15, 2007, at 3:33 PM, Nola Stowe wrote:
> Hey guys.. who's up for dinner before the meeting? Say 5:30 ?
> I suggest -
> 225 N Michigan Ave
> Salvador's Barro (mexican)
> 73 E. Lake St., Chicago
> or any other ideas? something relatively nearby Performics? I know
> there are probably closer places.
> On 1/7/07, Joshua McAdams <joshua.mcadams at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Join Chicago.pm on January 16th for an evening of Catalyst, a modern
>> framework for making web applications without the pain usually
>> associated with web development. Jonathan will be talking in-depth
>> about developing Catalyst applications, a topic that he knows very
>> well. He is a contributor to Catalyst, maintains numerous Catalyst
>> plug-ins, and is rumored to be writing a book on the subject.
>> Date: Tuesday January 16th 2007
>> Time: 7:00 p.m.
>> Where: Performics @ 180 N La Salle 12th Floor
>> RSVP: By noon January 15th to joshua.mcadams+20070116 at gmail.com
>> The official meeting starts at 7, but there is talk of a group
>> together before (or after) for a social. You guys can nail down the
>> details on that :)
>> Also, don't forget the Chicago.pm meeting to be held this Tuesday
>> January 9th at IIT in Wheaton. Andy Lester, Pete Krawzcyk, and
>> each have each picked four modules to present in a session called
>> Modules For The New Year". Check out http://chicago.pm.org/ for more
>> See you there,
>> * BTW, I still have a few Perl Mongers t-shirts to distribute to
>> people. I'll be bringing them to each of these meetings, so try
>> to be
>> there if you are still without your shirts!
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