[sf-perl] 2007 talks

nheller at silcon.com nheller at silcon.com
Mon Dec 11 12:24:46 PST 2006

Thank you for this opportunity.

I would be VERY interested in hearing about using Perl to contact CAL
(ClearCase Automation Library).

Neil Heller

> And now for a public-service announcement...
> It's that time again... I am working on lining up talks for next year.
> If you have a Perl topic you'd like to talk about, drop me a line.
> This could be as simple as "I found a cool little CPAN module that I
> use all the time" or as complex as "I wrote a Perl 5 implementation in
> Haskell."  I'm also interested in useful uses of Perl in your
> company's products or in-house software.
> Your idea need not take up a whole hour; I am also collecting smaller
> proposals for a session of lightning talks
> (http://perl.plover.com/lightning-talks.html).
> In addition, non-Perl topics that touch on Perl are fair game.  Our
> Amazon Web Services talk was a good example: the services are
> available through Perl, but most of the talk was devoted to the
> services themselves.  Perfectly OK.
> Finally, we're not dogmatically married to Perl-and-only-Perl.
> We once had a really kick-ass Ruby talk.
> If you have any leads, send them to qw at sf.pm.org--please don't
> reply-to-list.  I'll find a date that works for you.
> Thanks,
> --
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