[Melbourne-pm] mod_perl courses by Stas in June (update)

Jacinta Richardson jarich at perltraining.com.au
Sun Apr 17 21:39:37 PDT 2005

  *Please note*
      The previous descriptions for the mod_perl courses was incorrect.
      Updated descriptions are provided below.
      Places must be booked before April 29th.
      If we don't get sufficient numbers by this date, Stas won't be coming to
      Melbourne and thus won't be able to talk at Melbourne PM.

*Getting started with mod_perl* explores widely used strategies of coupling 
mod_perl with another Apache server or/and Squid proxy server to improve 
performance and reduce system requirements. Learn to port and develop CGI 
scripts and modules under mod_perl, about persistent database connections and
various performance improvement techniques.

*mod_perl 2.0, the next generation* covers mod_perl 2.0, which supports all the 
mod_perl 1.0 features and brings a whole lot of new functionality such as 
protocol and filter handlers, improved configuration access, threads support and 
much more. This tutorial will get you up to speed with the new features, in 
addition to reviewing the old ones.

Further information can be found on our website: http://perltraining.com.au/

     Course                                  Date          Cost
     Getting started with mod_perl       6th June 2005     $630
     mod_perl 2.0, the next generation   7th June 2005     $630

         *** Course places must be booked by 29th April 2005 ***

     To book on these courses visit:

The above table includes our user group discount of $30 per person.  To gain
this discount you must mention Melbourne Perl Mongers as your referrer when
booking on the course.

All the best,


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