SPUG: SPUG Meeting & Topics (Stephen New to SPUG)

Stephen Blum zstephenblum at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 26 13:11:54 PST 2007

Hello; I sent this message last week regarding SPUG Meetings (with a few updates):

Hey Gryphon & SPUG,

Thank you for inviting me to SPUG.  Deluxe. 

I haven’t talked to many people about interests in
technical technology before (apparently I haven't found the right people until now) and I’m content with this opportunity. 
I really wanted to utter a few words at the very least during the meeting.  I was nervous and
excited at the same time; my words had no torque.  I am interested in
Perl topics!

Meeting Topics that interest Stephen: 

Perl Hazards

o   Common
pitfalls a programmer encounters when building or maintaining any framework.

Triumphant Unorthodox Perl Frameworks/Ideas

o   Successful
technology built using Perl that obliterate any unknown obstructions.  Or
(rather) any impressive technology built using Perl that people never thought

Parrot Progress

o   Anything
todo with Parrot assembly language (PASM).  The use of languages combined
and how to interface with Parrot.  Any progress/history/framework of Parrot.


Have good days,



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> Direct Hire (Seattle/Pioneer Square): 
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