[sf-perl] [meeting] OOPS! Nearly transparent data persistence.
doomvox at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 14:47:06 PDT 2012
Actually, there was some mis-communication this month, and it turns
out we're still looking for a space for this talk.
So stand-by for further notice, but remember it's not at Mother Jones
And if anyone's got any suggestions, please do let us know.
Fred Moyer <fred at redhotpenguin.com> wrote:
> Our regularly scheduled meeting will be next Tuesday at 7pm at Mother
> Jones. Hope to see you there!
> What: OOPS! Nearly transparent data persistence.
> When: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 7:00 PM
> Where: Mother Jones
> 222 Sutter Street Suite 600
> San Francisco, CA 94108
> David Sharnoff will be talking about OOPS on Tuesday August 28th.
> OOPS is a transaction-safe schema-less data persistence module. This
> talk will cover both the usage, strengths and weaknesses of the module
> and the difficulties encountered when creating the module. Did you
> know that you can make a reference to a hash key? What happens when
> you delete that key from your hash? Do blessings live with the
> reference or with the referred object?
> OOPS on CPAN:
> MUIR on CPAN:
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