[Chicago-talk] Tuesday's Chicago.pm meeting will be short and/or boring unless YOU help

Andy Lester andy at petdance.com
Sun Oct 7 11:52:17 PDT 2007

Our next suburban meeting is on Tuesday, and we have exactly one  
person (me) who will be talking about tools.  Sounds like it will  
last about 15-20 minutes, and then we're done.  There's only one way  
to solve this problem: Other people need to contribute.

Please let me know if you'd like to talk about the tools you use.   
Only YOU can save Chicago.PM meetings from lack of content.


               Chicago Perl Mongers / UniForum Meeting Announcement
        Topic: Chicago Perl Mongers Tool Expo
    Presenter: You!
    Moderator: Andy Lester <andy at petdance.com>
    Date/Time: Tuesday, October 9th, 2007, 7:00 PM
     Location: IIT-Rice Campus, 201 East Loop Rd, Wheaton, IL
    Afterward: Dinner at CozyMel's <http://www.cozymels.com/ 

We'll be sharing the tools that we use for Perl programming.  Anything
that helps you do your job is worth mentioning, and we'd like you to  
about it.

Andy Lester will be talking about ack, his grep replacement, and
OpenKomodo, which just got release as open source.  Now we need YOUR  

What tools do you use?  vim?  emacs?  TextMate? BBEdit?  Eclipse? What
about other tools, like Ant?  CruiseControl?  We want to hear from you.
A 10-15 minute demo is all you need to do to help spread the love.  We
especially want to hear from the UniForum people!

If you'd like to talk about your favorite tool, let Andy Lester know at
andy at petdance.com.  Even if you don't have a laptop to do a  
on, we can work something out.

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!

Questions about this meeting?  Ask on the chicago-talk at pm.org mailing
list, or send email to andy at petdance dot com.  You can also see a  
of past and upcoming meetings at http://chicago.pm.org/meetings/.

Andy Lester => andy at petdance.com => www.petdance.com => AIM:petdance

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