[Melbourne-pm] OSDC 2010 Call for Presentations!
toby.corkindale at strategicdata.com.au
Tue Sep 14 21:47:05 PDT 2010
On 15/09/10 13:43, jarich at perltraining.com.au wrote:
> Thank you to everyone who has submitted a proposal to OSDC this year.
> Although we have a number of fantastic proposals available to us, we'd love to
> have a few more so that we can better balance the program. So I'm opening the
> CPF for a few more days. It will close properly on Monday 20th September with
> announcements of accepted talks going out on Monday 27th September.
I've done a few little talks over the last year; some lightning, some
longer. Do you think any of those would be useful for OSDC, if I fleshed
one out into a longer, more in-depth piece?
* (some pun on forms and perl) - HTML-FormHandler talk
* A comparison of some simple tasks in Perl, Scala and Go.
* An beginners guide to Moose.
Erm, what else have I rambled on about lately?
Is there anything people would like to see that maybe I or we could
knock up into a talk in time?
The problem is that I don't feel like I'm a good speaker; my talks are
just blocks of text with me explaining them, like a lecturer.
As an aside, could we convince Damian Conway to do his
natural-language-parsing with RecDescent talk at OSDC? It was very
impressive, and I'm sure would be, again, a very popular talk.
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