[Chicago-talk] [WindyCity-pm] March meeting?
joshua.mcadams at gmail.com
Sun Mar 29 09:14:07 PDT 2009
Sounds good. So Jonathan and Michael, I am going to send out an
announcement and post on the website that you'll both be speaking at
the meeting on March 31st. I'll post sometime early this afternoon.
On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 1:30 PM, Michael Potter <michael at potter.name> wrote:
> I can do my:
> Seat belts and airbags for bash preso.
> It is not about perl, but lots of perl guys use bash.
> Here is the abstract:
> 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; I 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.
> I put this together because when I use bash I missed the robustness of
> perl and thought I would share with others what I learned.
> Michael Potter
> On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Joshua McAdams
> <joshua.mcadams at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks Rockway. I reserved a room for March 31st from 7pm until 9pm.
>> Looks like we'll slide in a March meeting after all :)
>> Can you send me a few sentences about what you'll be going over with
>> Anyone else got something they'd like to talk about?
>> On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 11:07 PM, Jonathan Rockway <jon at jrock.us> wrote:
>>> Hey all,
>>> I was out of town this week, but it looks like the meeting didn't
>>> happen? Does anyone want to have a technical meeting next Tuesday?
>>> (assuming that's OK with Josh and Google, of course)
>>> I don't have any prepared talks at the moment... but I could talk about
>>> Devel::REPL if you want. That would be about 15 minutes, then we could
>>> go get beer.
>>> We should also do the chart-off at some point. (That might be a good
>>> thing to do in a dinner-party environment. I think I might host one of
>>> those for y'all later this summer. brian's went very well, so I think
>>> it's worth repeating. It would also give me the opportunity to make a
>>> pun like "pie chart". Hah.)
>>> Anyway, let me know.
>>> Jonathan Rockway
>>> print just => another => perl => hacker => if $,=$"
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