[tpm] Possible future talk?
lyndsey at lizardpoint.com
Tue May 12 18:20:08 PDT 2009
I would be interested in beginner or intermediate talks.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Graham" <magog at the-wire.com>
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Subject: Re: [tpm] Possible future talk?
> I'm not sure what you mean by "intermittent," in this context...
> But I think it would be a great idea if we prepared a number of beginner
> talks and rolled them out periodically. Doesn't have to be just you -
> it would be ideal if a bunch of people each prepared a talk on something
> they feel they can teach well.
> Ideally, each talk would have a short version (for giving on a night
> when there are other talks), and a longer version (for when there's no
> other talks).
> Might be a way to get more people out too!
> On Tue, 12 May 2009 12:21:07 -0400
> Madison Kelly <linux at alteeve.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I posted this to TLUG and it was received... well, it wasn't. Not
>> a reply either way. lol. Maybe TPM would be interested? Perhaps it's
>> too low down though for the TPM crowd?
>> I saw an article the other day about how there isn't all that much
>> in the way of "intermittent" level papers, talks and such on most
>> programming languages. I'm not sure how true this is, but it got me
>> thinking about a possible future talk.
>> Would there be any interest in an intermittent talk about Perl? I
>> was thinking along the lines of "Introduction to Writing Perl
>> Modules", "Introduction to Object Oriented Perl" or something
>> similar/variation of/combination of.
>> I make no claim to be an expert in either of these fields, or in
>> Perl itself, but I do feel confident enough in them to introduce the
>> topics to people who may have an otherwise softer exposure to Perl.
>> If so, I'd be ready later in the summer.
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