[Chicago-talk] Chicago.pm Meeting - March 31st
a.wong2.nu at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 15:57:13 PDT 2009
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:
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> 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
> Please RSVP.
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