[Melbourne-pm] OSDClub/Melbourne Perl Monger meeting TONIGHT (10th February 2010)

Jacinta Richardson jarich at perltraining.com.au
Tue Feb 9 20:06:15 PST 2010

G'day folk,

The Open Source Developers' Club meeting is on tonight, hosted by Melbourne Perl
Mongers.  Please join us at 6:30pm at:

Level 10, 350 Collins Street, Melbourne (EvoStor side of the floor)

The doors will be locked, but someone will be there to help let you in.  If you
are running late, please look out for the note with the phone number you should
ring to be let in.  Talks should start at about 6:45pm, but please try to arrive
by 6:30pm.

Scott Penrose:   ExtJS and OpenLayers  (30 minutes)

Patrick Donelan: Tricking People Into Thinking Your Website is Fast: WebGUI and
YSlow, 100 or bust! (30 minutes)

Tony Smith:      Map-centric, collaborative content creation for the community
sector. (10 minutes)

Request for help:

I may not be able to make it to the meeting.  If you'll be in the city from
about 6:15pm, would you please consider heading over to EvoStor and keeping the
EvoStor employee company and helping let people into the building?  I'd really
appreciate it!

General information

The Open Source Developers' Club is a group designed to bring Melbourne's great
developer community together, regardless of whether they write code in Perl,
Python, PHP, Ruby or something else.  Talks are designed to share information
about things which are meta issues to our programming; such as database
interactions, javascript testing tools, tricks of our trade etc.  It is hosted
every two months and shared between the Melbourne Perl Mongers group and the
Melbourne PHP Programmers.

Cheryl Davis from EvoStor has kindly arranged for us to use their premises for
the next meeting.  EvoStor is a technology start-up developing storage systems
specifically designed to meet the challenges of storage for virtual
infrastructure. All of the engineering work is done out of Melbourne with the
corporate headquarters in California.  So a huge thank you to Cheryl and EvoStor!

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