[Chicago-talk] Chicago.pm Meeting - March 31st
a.wong2.nu at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 09:53:31 PDT 2009
Thanks for making these available. This is great.
On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 12:08 AM, Michael Potter <michael at potter.name> wrote:
> My slides are on my website on my downloads page. The real preso is better
> because I have quite a few animations and prerecorded demos. I will be
> giving the bash preso again at the polyglot programmers meeting sometime in
> the near future.
> I will try to remember to post the announcement to this list.
> Michael Potter
> On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 5:57 PM, Tony Wong <a.wong2.nu at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks to Josh, Jonathan and Michael for putting this together.
>> Unfortunately, I'll be breaking my attendance streak for '09 and won't
>> be able to make it tonight.
>> Both talks sound very cool. Any chance that slides (if any are used)
>> will be available?
>> On Sun, Mar 29, 2009 at 6:31 PM, Joshua McAdams
>> <joshua.mcadams at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > If you have trouble viewing or submitting this form, you can fill it out
>> > online:
>> > https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=cE9DbVRDTjZWV0RZb3JYZjlOeTBqQ1E6MA..
>> > Chicago.pm Meeting - March 31st
>> > Chicago.pm has another great meeting lined up and this one is only two
>> > days
>> > away! We are meeting on March 31st at 7pm on the 17th floor of the
>> > Google
>> > office at 20 W. Kinzie. Jonathan Rockway will be talking Devel::REPL
>> > and
>> > Michael Potter will be giving a talk about Bash scripting. Of course,
>> > there
>> > will be a few of us who stick around afterward to visit a local pub, so
>> > plan
>> > on taking the late train home.
>> > Devel::REPL - Jonathan Rockway
>> > Devel::REPL is interactive shell for Perl. REPL is an acronym for Read,
>> > Evaluate, Print, Loop. The shell provides for rapid development or
>> > testing
>> > of code without the need to create a temporary source code file. Think
>> > 'perl -d' only much much better.
>> > Bash - Michael Potter
>> > Bash (and scripting languages in general) act as the glue that hold
>> > other
>> > system components together. This presentation will focus on the under
>> > utilized features of bash that are critical to building production
>> > quality
>> > scripts. Demos will show you how and why to turn these features on.
>> > Much of the bash syntax is redundant; Michael will also explain which
>> > syntax
>> > to use and which syntax to avoid.
>> > Knowledge of any of the common UNIX scripting languages will be
>> > sufficient
>> > to attend this meeting and understand what is going on with Michael's
>> > Bash
>> > talk.
>> > Please RSVP.
>> > See you there
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