[San-Diego-pm] Meeting June 19th, and Damian Conway

Bob Kleemann rkleeman at energoncube.net
Wed Jun 18 11:14:24 PDT 2014

Perl Mongers,

Just a quick reminder that our monthly meeting is Thursday evening.
We'll be meeting at the same time and place as previous months:  Ansir
Innovation Center, on Convoy Road, starting about 7 PM.  Bring your
questions, comments, ideas, and thoughts, and we'll discuss it all.
We might even have a presentation.

We will also be discussing the upcoming Damian Conway talk.  At the
moment, the Regex talk is leading, but if you have an opinion, I'd
still love to hear it.

Also, please remember this note from the fine folks at the Ansir
Innovation Center:

Please park on either Convoy Street, Engineer Road, or Brinell Street
as we have a small parking lot that we share with other businesses.
Avoid parking in other shopping centers as you may get towed. Look for
the green door marked Suite 210.

  -- Bob

On Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 5:46 PM, Bob Kleemann <rkleeman at energoncube.net> wrote:
> Perl Mongers,
> Just a quick reminder, we're hosting our monthly meeting next week.
> We'll be meeting at the normal place and time, Ansir Innovation Center
> on Convoy Rd, starting around 7 PM.
> Additionally, Damian Conway is going to pay us a visit during the
> first week of July.  He's offered up three talks to choose from, so
> please peruse the following talk descriptions, and let me know which
> talk would be most interesting to you:
> Temporally Quaquaversal Virtual Nanomachine Programming In Multiple
> Topologically Connected Quantum-Relativistic Parallel
> Spacetimes...Made Easy!
> http://damian.conway.org/Seminars/Quaquaversal.html
> A talk he has done for us before, but it was quite entertaining.
> Perl 6: A Language For Computer Scientists (and Other Crazy People)
> http://damian.conway.org/Seminars/Perl6CompSci.html
> It should be an interesting conversation for those that are interested
> in the next generation of Perl, and how it relates to other languages.
> Everything You Know About Regexes Is Wrong
> http://damian.conway.org/Seminars/EverythingRegex.html
> This sounds like it could be educational to even those who are
> well-versed in regular expressions.
> Please vote for which presentations you'd like to see, in the order of
> preference.  I'll tally up the votes, find an exact venue and date,
> and let everyone know soon.
> I'll look forward to seeing everyone next week!
>   -- Bob

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