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Posted Nordic Perl Workshop update to Claes Jakobsson
It's been some time since the last update on the progress.
A few weeks ago we set the new dates which is the weekend of 13th and 14th of October.
Stockholm is usually quite beautiful during early october and if weather permits I'm hoping that we can arrange a rela…
Posted Considering NPW2012 rescheduling to Claes Jakobsson
Unfortunately there's been very few talk submissions and registrations for NPW2012 so far which could be due to it being the week before YAPC::NA and a bit of tight schedule from announcement to workshop.
Therefore I'm considering rescheduling it for later this year.
Posted Nordic Perl Workshop 2012 - June 4-5 in Stockholm, Sweden to Claes Jakobsson
On the 4th and 5th of June the 2012 edition of Nordic Perl Workshop takes place
and other interesting stuff around Perl5, Perl6, the community, projects and
Regular attendee …
Posted Nordic Perl Workshop 2012 update to Claes Jakobsson
I was hoping to announce a date last weekend but it's taken a bit longer.
The dates we're looking at are:
Which would be best?
Posted Nordic Perl Workshop 2012 - CFP to Claes Jakobsson
Stockholm Perl Mongers and our fellow Nordic Perl Mongers arranges the annual Nordic Perl Workshop in Stockholm, Sweden in the beginning of the summer (late may / early june). This is the third time the workshop is arranged in Stockholm and the 10th time
Nordic Perl Works…
Posted Why community matters to Claes Jakobsson
After spending way to much time away from Perl lately I found myself happily at the Nordic Perl Workshop 2011 event that occurred in Malmö, Sweden this weekend. Organizers this time were Jonathan Worthington and Carl Masäk - both Perl6/Rakudo hackers extraordinaire. They and several other…
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