[Southampton-pm] Perl Mongers, Wednesday, 8pm
tim at retout.co.uk
Mon Jun 3 15:01:45 PDT 2013
I think if we are going to have a meeting at a university, we need to
be clear as to the reasons, and what we are looking to achieve.
I do like the argument around drumming up more graduate applicants for
Perl jobs, but I don't think any students are likely to commute to our
meetings from Portsmouth once a month, so I think it will be hard for
us to offer support to any interested students. If it were
Southampton University, it might be different, but I know you had
trouble getting in touch with anyone there.
As I recall, student societies tend to go quiet in the summer ('cos
it's either exam time or holidays). September/October might be the
best time to go into a university, when all the gullible freshers are
still keen. But we would need to make the student contacts ahead of
time to get this organized.
On 3 June 2013 21:53, GARLAND DUNCAN <duncan.garland at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> I'll be there.
> Before the last one I posted some stuff in our Google Community about going
> into Portsmouth University to talk to their computer club. Nobody replied.
> Shall I forget about it?
> On 3 June 2013 15:44, Lance Wicks <lw at judocoach.com> wrote:
>> Hopefully I'll be there this time. :-)
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>> [Southampton-pm] Perl Mongers, Wednesday, 8pm
>> Hi all,
>> It's that time again! We'll be meeting at the Platform Tavern on Wednesday
>> for more discussion of Perl
>> Lately I've been working on looking after my super-cute daughter. :) But I
>> also went to OpenTech in London, and saw some quite interesting things...
>> Hope to see you all there!
>> Tim Retout <tim at retout.co.uk>
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