[Wellington-pm] Meeting tomorrow evening
davenportnz at gmail.com
Mon Aug 14 18:55:03 PDT 2017
I use a number of scripts, mostly to aquire and process seismic data.
They are generally written in Perl with calls to external routines,
often written in Fortran, to do numerical processing.
Unfortunately I will not be able to attend the meeting today as I have
another place I have to be.
On 14/08/2017 11:14 a.m., Grant McLean wrote:
> Hi Mongers
> This month's meeting of Wellington Perl Mongers is on tomorrow evening -
> Tuesday the 15th.
> Nobody has stepped up to do a talk so I'm hoping to encourage a little
> bit more engagement with this idea:
> Script Spotlight
> Briefly tell us about a script you've written and use regularly.
> Things you might talk about:
> * What problem it solves - how it makes your life better
> * An interesting feature of the code
> * Ideas you have for making it better
> * What made it super easy (e.g.: a CPAN module, a feature of
> Perl, etc.)
> * Did you write your script in Perl - why/why not?
> I think if we can get a few people to talk about one or two of their
> scripts it will make for an interesting session.
> If you can't immediately think of a candidate script then here are some
> places to look to jog your memory:
> * your $HOME/bin directory
> * /usr/local/bin
> * your cgi-bin directory
> * scripts called from cron jobs
> * scripts called from your editor
> * scripts attached to a hot key
> * Nagios checks
> See you tomorrow evening - with your script :-)
> On Mon, 2017-08-07 at 09:24 +1200, Grant McLean wrote:
>> Hi Mongers
>> The August meeting of Wellington Perl Mongers is on next Tuesday (the
>> As yet, we don't have anyone lined up to speak so I'm very keen to hear
>> from anyone who would like to do a talk or suggest a topic.
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>> Wellington-pm at pm.org
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