[DFW.pm] Presentation schedule for the next two months...

fREW Schmidt frioux at gmail.com
Tue May 5 18:19:57 PDT 2015

Hey all!

I plan on recording this talk on a google hangout so I went ahead and
created an invite.  Feel free to say you're going or not or whatever.

On Fri, Apr 10, 2015 at 05:12:31PM -0500, John Fields wrote:
> Trying to be professional Mongers bringing you the best in Perl shaped
> edutainment! :)
> Remember, presenters get free dinner afterwards.  At a real restaurant and
> everything.  Honest.
> (John and Tommy)
> So Mon Apr 12:
> If you have Perl questions, we have Perl answers!
> *Featured Presentation: *Ready to Get Sauced on automated Web testing?
> Stephen Wylie will present a demo on Sauce Labs, a cloud-based tool to help
> you dominate your Web app's testing requirements throughout various browser
> and OS combinations by utilizing cloud-based virtual environments deployed
> on-demand.  Your tests can be written in a variety of languages compatible
> with the  Selenium Web UI automation framework, including Node.js, Ruby,
> Java, and of course Perl!  Sauce Labs can easily access any public Website,
> and you can use Sauce Connect to easily define a tunnel through your
> corporate proxy.  Before you set up that expensive ESXi cluster, come check
> out how easy it is to write cross-platform automation for Sauce Labs!
> Stephen Wylie has worked for nearly 6 years in the QA field, starting with
> CLI testing for firmware interfaces and moving into Web UI testing.
> Outside work, he is an avid developer, having won or placed in numerous
> hackathons, and launched a hardware project on Kickstarter in 2013 that got
> over 1,000% funded.  Stephen chairs the Civic Hacking Committee at Dallas
> Makerspace, enjoys oldies music and vintage game shows, and collects fine
> men's clothing. http <http://goshtastic.blogspot.com/>://
> <http://goshtastic.blogspot.com/>goshtastic.blogspot.com
> >--------------------
> Mon May 10:
> Code "Golfing" is writing a solution in as few characters as possible, not
> to be confused with being production ready!
> *Featured Presentation: *Miscellaneous Debris!
> Frew Schmidt (fREW)'s ode to 1.21 Gigawatts
> <https://youtu.be/Sp102BECq8s?t=31m40s>.  So.. Lightning Talks are 5mins or
> less, laser focused one topic.  This is a collection of short talks that
> cover a number of topics including Docker, Tools (vim, zsh, etc), DBIC,
> DBIC helpers, and Async / Dogma.  fREW updates the talk when new experience
> happens, has done it in at least 3 states so far, but the last time he did
> the talk it took about 1.5 hours, got plenty of laughs, and was a good time
> for all.  He has extensive software industry experience and we are glad he
> is available and willing to share!
> fREW is a programmer by day, sleeper by night.  He has spawned
> offspring at least once as far as we know and flosses once daily.
> You may know him from his excellent cpan module:
> Plack::Middleware::Acme::PHPE9568F34::D428::11d2::A769::00AA001ACF42
> He eagerly watches all of you through his animated portrait on
> metacpan.org: https://metacpan.org/author/FREW (<-list of Perl Community
> code contributions too!!)

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fREW Schmidt
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