[Philadelphia-pm] Unicode talks

Kurt Starsinic kstarsinic at gmail.com
Thu Feb 13 11:34:54 PST 2014

Hi all, sorry I couldn't make it last night.

FYI, I had the tremendous pleasure of working with Nick Patch at Shutterstock. Along with being one of the nicest guys I've ever met (and a fluent speaker of Esperanto!), he is a walking encyclopedia of Unicode knowledge and wisdom. If you are interested in Unicode, you cannot go wrong following his advice and using his code.

- Kurt
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On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Walt Mankowski <waltman at pobox.com>

> Thanks to everyone who came out last night, and of course to our
> friends at DuckDuckGo for hosting us and buying us pizza.  I hope
> everyone was able to get back home safely before the storm got too
> bad.
> I mentioned that there was a person who's given some talks on unicode
> at YAPC and the DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop in recent years.  That
> person is Nick Patch.  This search:
> https://duckduckgo.com/?q=nick+patch+unicode
> returns links to some of Nick's slides as well as videos of him
> speaking.
> Walt
> P.S. I almost wrote "If you google for 'Nick Patch unicode'..." but
> decided that would be in poor taste.  Is there a verb for "do a search
> on DuckDuckGo"?  "Quack", maybe?
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