[Thamesvalley-pm] Thanks for coming! June meeting will be a talkie...
oliver at cpan.org
Sun Jun 2 15:36:55 PDT 2013
On 2013-05-29 08:36, David Pottage wrote:
> As I said at the meeting, I am willing to do a talk on the perl
> debugger, so you can pencil me in for that.
Sounds good! Many thanks for the offer.
I hope I'm like a lot of people that have never really got to grips
with the Perl debugger, and it's high time that I did :)
> I plan to bring my own laptop so that I can do some demos, and show
> slides. How long (in time) should the talk be?
If you want to start planning, I think aim for 20-25 mins if that's OK?
Last time we seemed to have some talks of about this length, with a
break, and it wasn't too late for some social time afterwards.
Some people like a good in-depth tech talk, and others like to hear
about lots of new shiny things they can go and play with afterwards. So
we can fit in lightning (under 5min) talks as well, if anyone on the
list wants to offer something up.
As I said to Kevin, I'll report back to the list in a few days,
> David Pottage
> On 26/05/13 17:12, Oliver Gorwits wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Echoing Rick's comments, many thanks to all who came on Wednesday, I
>> had a good time and I hope you did too :-)
>> Special thanks to Rick and Sarah from http://www.eligo.co.uk/ for
>> dropping by and generously supporting the evening's drinks.
>> We've now had three meetings, so according to our "every three
>> months or so" rule we ought to have another technical talks session. I
>> managed to get a couple of offers from the group on Wednesday; please
>> drop me a line off-list so we can co-ordinate if this includes you, or
>> if you want to join in.
>> The next meeting, if it's a talkie, is pencilled in for Weds 19th
>> June at 7pm at the Opsview offices (U. of Reading campus). More
>> details to follow.
>> Have a good weekend,
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