Thanks for the great Perl talk, Tim!

David perlmonger at
Tue Feb 29 13:51:26 CST 2000


This was my first meeting, and I almost decided to wait until next time because I'm not new to perl - but I'm glad I decided to go, it was definitely worthwhile.  I found the tips on the perl debugger especially helpful!

David Lents
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On 2/25/00 at 2:01 PM Kevin Bingham wrote:

>Hi All,
>I just wanted to thank Tim Allwine publicly for his great talk Thursday night.
>I don't know about all of you, but I learned alot.
>Thanks Tim!
>-Kevin (c:
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>n Wed, 23 Feb 2000, Jay Di Silvestri wrote:
>> Just a quick note to remind everyone that tomorrow Tim Allwine willbe doing
>> a presentation tomorrow.  The focus will be on fundamentals.  We hope that
>> those new to perl or programming will turn out.  Tim's a really good
>> presenter and the material should be great.  One of the topis that will be
>> covered will be sorting, something that we all need to do well.  
>> See you at 7:30 tomorrow
>> Jay Di Silvestri
>> Executive Vice President
>> Advanced Data Engineering
>> 1310 Redwood Way, Suite 120
>> Petaluma, CA 94954
>> jay at

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