Fame! Honour! Present a talk at Melb.PM

Scott Penrose scottp at dd.com.au
Mon Sep 1 23:22:53 CDT 2003

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I have a micro talk (really short, I promise this time) on use of tied 
hashes with other people code.... hmmm that is not a good name...

	"How Tied hashes solved the problems of the world - well... DBD::CSV 

Maybe a description...
	"How we were able to get around a limitation on file name conventions 
in DBD::CSV by using a Tied Hash. How to create a simple tied hash and 
apply it."


On Tuesday, Sep 2, 2003, at 14:09 Australia/Melbourne, Paul Fenwick 

> G'day Everyone,
> 	The second Wednesday of the month is approaching, and Melb.PM
> is looking for speakers to talk about any and all things Perl.  Have
> you written a new module, found a great application for Perl,
> want to give a talk about your favourite module from CPAN, or
> recently written an Exegesis?  If so, then we want *you* to
> give a talk to an enthusiastic and supportive audience of
> local Perl Mongers.
> 	No reasonable talk offer will be refused.  This is your
> opportunity to become famous and well-known in one of Melbourne's
> rapidly growing and important programming communities.  Act
> now to secure your place at the next Melb.PM meeting on the 10th
> of September, 2003!
> 	Talk topics should be posted to the list, so everyone
> can get excited about them.  :)  We look forward to hearing
> from you.
> 	Cheers,
> 		Paul
> -- 
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