Talks at PM Meetings

Scott Penrose scottp at
Mon Nov 10 16:06:46 CST 2003

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That is an excellent idea !

I particularly like the idea of planning some of the events for next 
year in advance. So we can organise say 4 main talks and a Christmas 
party in advance, and that already covers 5 of the 11 months - leaving 
6 to be more adhoc - I like it. Makes it easier to update the web site 
too :-) Although that is easier now since lots of people have access.


On Monday, Nov 10, 2003, at 22:40 Australia/Melbourne, 
rickmeasham at wrote:

> Andrew's post this morning made me think ... maybe
> we should offer some tutorial type talks on Perl-based
> fundamentals. I think this happened a couple of times
> in 2003?
> Maybe plan and advertise an evening on four topics
> for 2004. One each quarter. Promote it heavily and
> invite as many people as possible.
> I can think of a few topics, but I'm sure there's more:
> 1. Database design, development and the DBI
> 2. Object Orientation
> 3. Writing modules (incl. for CPAN)
> These tutorial nights should include take-home notes
> and be well planned and structured. I guess they'd be
> a warm-up for
> Any thoughts?
> Cheers!
> Rick
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