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  • Posted YAPC::Europe 2014, day 2 to tobez

    (cross-posted from blog.tobez.org)

    Ignat Ignatov talked about physical formulas. When I was planning to at…

  • Posted YAPC::Europe 2014, day 1 to tobez

    (crossposted from blog.tobez.org)

    When I came to the venue 15 minutes before the official start of the registration, people at the registration desk were bu…

  • Posted Call for Venue for YAPC::Europe::2015 to tobez

    Although YAPC::Europe::2014 preparations are well underway in Sofia, to think about the location of the 2015 conference. YAPC::Europe wouldn’t exist without dedicated teams of volunteers, and we are always excited to se…

  • Posted Call for Venue for YAPC::Europe::2014 to tobez

    Although YAPC::Europe::2013 preparations are well underway in Kiev, to think about the location of the 2014 conference. YAPC::Europe wouldn't exist without dedicated teams of volunteers, and we are always excited to see the e…

  • Commented on Nordic Perl Workshop 2012 update
    My preferences, in order: June, July, May....
  • Posted Call for Venue for YAPC::Europe::2013 to tobez

    Although YAPC::Europe::2012 preparations are well underway in Frankfurt,
    to think about the location of the 2013 conference. YAPC::Europe
    wouldn't exist without dedicated teams of volunteers, and we are alwa…

  • Posted DateTime is annoying to tobez

    Am I the only one who always uses

    my $dt = DateTime->from_epoch(1327673580);
    

    as opposed to the correct

    my $dt = DateTime->from_epoch(epoch => 1327673580);
    

    ??

  • Posted Call for Venue for YAPC::Europe::2012 to tobez

    Although YAPC::Europe::2011 preparations are well underway in Riga, to think about the location of the 2012 conference. YAPC::Europe wouldn’t exist without dedicated teams of volunteers, and we are always excited to se…

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