[Losangeles-pm-admins] email about last night, is this ok?
nimish.parmar at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 12:25:47 PDT 2007
Couldn't get any better than this. This is great. Last night's event was
amazing and the turn out was overwhelming. It was definitely encouraging to
see so many people show up, looks great! Heck, we should even take pictures
of such events and put it on LA.pm site. Do we have access to Randal's
slides? So that we can link them on LA.pm and archive this event.
Also, sorry guys I couldn't come earlier as promised. We're having a
critical release today and were running into last minute pre-deployment
issues - hate those big time.
Great work guys!! LA.pm is back in action ;-)
On 8/17/07, Juan Jose Natera <naterajj at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> We want everybody to join us in thanking Randal Schwartz for another
> great presentation, if you missed it or if you arrived late, he began
> his talk with an overview of Class::DBI, and why you shouldn't be
> using it if you're considering to use an ORM, and then he followed it
> with a very nice introduction to Rose::DB::Object. Judging by the Q&A
> afterwards It really engaged those attending the meeting.
> Randal was the main reason there was such great attendance, we counted
> over 40 people!, including fellow mongers from OC.pm and
> We also want to thank last night's host Rent.com, including Alain and
> Matt and the rest of the very helpful crew at rent.com.
> Moving forward, we have been doing our best to find speakers for
> future technicals meetings, we have made contact with various people
> but we still need all the help we can get, if you have command of a
> particular topic and would like to give a presentation about it,
> please let us now and we can schedule something!
> On the other hand, if there are any topics that you want to see
> discussed at one of our meetings please say so and we will make it
> One of the ideas tossed around that was also brought up last night was
> to do a meeting with lighting talks, short 5 - 10 minutes
> presentations demonstrating something cool. For more information about
> what it takes do to lighting talks, please visit this link:
> http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2004/07/30/lightningtalk.html . Let us know
> what you think of this idea.
> The LA.pm team
> Alyson Taylor
> Nimish Parmar
> Pablo Velasquez
> Juan Natera
> Losangeles-pm-admins mailing list
> Losangeles-pm-admins at pm.org
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