[pgh-pm] Pittsburgh Perl Workshop Oct 11-12, 2008
robert at robertblackwell.com
Sat Sep 27 20:22:35 PDT 2008
The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is a low-cost technical conference held
at the Carnegie Mellon University's Oakland Campus. The workshop will
be held on October 11–12 2008.
This year we are offering three great classes:
Dan Klein is back teaching From Zero to Perl.
Peter Scott - Maintaining Code While Staying Sane
brian d foy - Mastering Perl
* Great Talks
The schedule can be found here http://pghpw.org/ppw2008/schedule.
We are having Pagtrick Michaud lead a Rakudo, (Perl 6) hack-a-thon.
* Bug Labs
Bug Labs, http://buglabs.net will be giving a talk and having a hands
on demo of their hardware.
We will also be giving details about a development grant for someone
wanting to develop something with perl with Bug Labs hardware.
Have you been hearing about coding with your Graphics Card? Well if
not you will soon. We are having a talk about coding with the GPU and
a lab using Nvida's Cuda technology.
Come see old perl friends and make some new ones. We will have plenty
of social activities at night.
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