[Chicago-talk] April meetings: 101 things every Perl programmer should know

Pete Krawczyk mongers at bsod.net
Tue Apr 24 06:50:34 PDT 2007

This is a reminder email for tonight's presentation.

If you are coming, but have not RSVP'd, you must do so by noon to the 
address below.  (If you RSVP'd on the wiki, you're fine.)

-Pete K

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Subject: [Chicago-talk] April meetings: 101 things every Perl programmer should
From: andy at petdance.com
To: chicago-talk at pm.org, chicago-announce at pm.org
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 10:22:56 -0500


[Andy Lester] and [Pete Krawczyk] present a fun-filled night of
fascinating features and facts that you may not know about Perl, CPAN
and the Perl community, but definitely should. The evening is aimed at
beginners and intermediate Perl programmers, but experts may just learn
a thing or two as well. Our goal is to blow your mind at least once
before the night is through.

You'll have two opportunities to hear it:

* April 10th, 2007, 7pm at [Illinois Institute of Technology, Rice
   Campus] in Wheaton -- No RSVP required
* April 24th, 2007, 7pm at [Performics] in the city -- RSVP required by
   noon to the email address "pkrawczyk" at the site "performics.com".

As with all Chicago Perl Mongers meetings, everyone is welcome,
whether or not you consider yourself a member. We look forward to
seeing you there!

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