[Chicago-talk] New to Perl / Perl Mongers
cjhamil at gmail.com
Tue Apr 6 13:14:53 PDT 2010
I'm a relatively quiet observer of this mailing list and can assure you that
this is indeed a great place to have difficult questions answered by some
very prominent and knowledgeable Perl minds available. I've been working
with Perl for the past 5 years or so and have picked up numerous nuggets of
knowledge from the questions and answers posted by members of this list.
Sorry I'm dodging your question about Qt4, but I have no experience in that
area. I have avoided writing anything with a GUI (in Perl) for as long as
humanly possible. ;)
For whatever it's worth, if anyone ever does get serious about updating the
website I might be inclined to pitch in a helping hand as well, if that's
desirable in any way (I'm guessing it's a safe assumption that the site is
written in Perl?).
At any rate, welcome aboard!
On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 10:46 PM, Anthony Simonelli
<asimonelli01 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hey there! New to Perl. It's used a great deal at my work for reporting
> and text processing so I'm trying to get proficient in it. Reading
> "Learning Perl" (the Llama book) and am enjoying it so far (especially all
> of the comments). Thought it would be good to join the local PM group in
> Chicago, but the website seems to be out of date. The mailing list seems to
> be working but the website should really be updated because it gives the
> impression that the group isn't really active anymore.
> Is this mailing list for discussions, networking (in the people sense),
> technical help or all three? Out of personal interest, one thing I wanted
> to ask is if anyone has any experience with using Perl and Qt4. I'm looking
> to create a GUI application and am wondering if Qt or wxWidgets is the way
> to go with Perl. I know that there isn't a lot of support for Perl and Qt4
> right now, but some are working on it:
> http://qt-apps.org/content/show.php/Perl+Qt4?content=69748 I know that
> wxWidgets works pretty well as a cross platform GUI. Any advice or
> resources would hep a great deal.
> Anthony Simonelli
> Chicago-talk mailing list
> Chicago-talk at pm.org
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