Newbie interested in joining
lordomar at speakeasy.org
Thu Feb 8 11:41:39 CST 2001
Well I'm also a relative newbie who has never attended a meeting before, but I'm
planning on showing up to this one (well i kind of observed a meeting when one
was taking place, and joined after talking to a few people there).
The thing I like about the pdx mongers is thier acceptance of perl entusiasts
despite their skill level.
In short, I'll be there too, so you won't be alone.
On 8 Feb 2001, Jeff Zucker wrote:
> MarkyMoon wrote:
> > ... I am basically a Perl
> > newbie (but not for long, thanks to a certain monger's swell books) and I was
> > wondering if I would be completely out of place or are there other beginners
> > involved with the group?
> Hi Mark,
> I can't speak for the rest of the group, but as far as I am concerned,
> we're open to anyone with an interest in Perl, regardless of their
> experience/competence level. We're all in the process of learning, just
> at different stages in the process.
> Jeff Zucker
> I have tried calling the contact number for Maria
> > Webster that is listed in Computer Bits but it is apparently the wrong number
> > (oddly enough the number does belong to an IT manager, but the roomate who
> > answered the phone wasn't sure if that person is involved with the Perl
> > Mongers). I also didn't receive any response from the listed e-mail
> > addresses in the magazine or on the web site.
> > Also, the IT manager at my day job is interested in joining as well. If
> > anyone could give me a little info I'd be forever greatful.
> > Thanks,
> > Mark Smith
> > Joshua Keroes wrote:
> > >
> > > [snip]
> > >
> > > So, back to the main question... when's the next pdx.pm
> > > three hour cruise?
> > --
> > That pesky MarkyMoon guy
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