[VPM] Victoria Perl Mongers meeting November 20 - new location
Peter at PSDT.com
Mon Nov 12 13:20:30 PST 2007
Victoria Perl Mongers returns this month at its regular timeslot (7pm,
third Tuesday of the month), at a new location:
Date: Tuesday, November 20
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: 3347 Oak Street, Office of Enquisite
Main presenter: Mock
Presentation: "How to find vulnerabilities in perl code."
A compelling topic if ever I heard one.
Darren Duncan will fill in remaining time with the design of the Muldis
D language and of its implementation in the form of Muldis DB, where it
is a Perl hosted language that specializes in working with relational
Unlike other Perl tools for working with databases, the paradigm of
Muldis DB is based on storing all database centric code in databases
themselves as stored procedures, such that the databases are
essentially reusable program modules that also persist user data;
some databases could be code-only as well, making them essentially
Muldis D libraries; either way, the host Perl code would invoke these
procedures directly almost as if they were Perl subroutines.
Relevant urls include http://search.cpan.org/dist/Language-MuldisD/
and http://search.cpan.org/dist/Muldis-DB/ .
The Victoria Perl Mongers welcome presentations and attendance from
those who are interested in any dynamic scripting language, including
and especially Ruby, Python, and Haskell. Our home page is
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