Technical Meeting: Tuesday 13th June
tom at eborcom.com
Fri Jun 2 05:11:39 PDT 2006
On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 11:59:20AM +0100, Paul Mooney wrote:
> I'm new to the list and I'd be interested in hearing about the
> different areas Perl is used in.
Hi, Paul. Good to hear from you.
> For example, I work for the Sanger Institute (http://www.sanger.ac.uk)
> where we sequence DNA and a figure out what the hell it does plus other
> interesting activities :) The human genome would not have been
> sequenced in a timely fashion if it were not for Perl.
I'd love to hear about that, but at the next meeting we only have room
for 5 minute slots as the main talks will last 40 minutes each. So,
if you'd like to present for 5 minutes, please let me know the talk's
title and what format, if any, your slides will be in.
If you'd like to talk for longer (would be great!) or will have
trouble preparing by the 13th, we can definitely fit you in next time
round, probably some time in September.
I've heard before that Perl was involved in human genome sequencing
but never directly from someone involved - fascinating stuff!
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