The Perl Conference 2017 in DC - Schedule Posted

Check out our super-cool schedule, which links to talk and speaker details, at http://www.perlconference.us/tpc-2017-dc/schedule/!

The conference is a few weeks away (June 19-21 for the core conference, 18th and 22-23 for tutorials), so be sure to register and we'll see you soon!

The Perl Conference 2017 in DC

Everyone at TPF and the local DC-Baltimore Perlmonger groups are super-excited about the upcoming conference in June! We've posted almost all of the talk descriptions and are working on the full schedule.

Register now!

The core conference itself is Mon-Wed, and we're hosting some paid-tutorials on the days before and after. The outline:

Sunday 6/18 - Pre-Conference Tutorials

Perl in a Day (John Anderson)
Introduct…

The Perl Conference 2017 in DC - CFP

I'm super excited to be helping organize this year's largest north-american perl conference! Myself and the other DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop organizers are pitching in big time, and it's all starting to come together. Here is our CFP (which we'll keep posting all over the place) :)

The Perl Conference 2017 in DC (known in a parallel universe as YAPC::NA 2017) will be held at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), in a historic suburb of DC, from June 18-23!

We a…

DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop 2016!!! Call for Speakers

It's that time again folks! Time to start planning for the DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop. I'm pretty sure we are now on year 5, and psyched to see everyone, old and new.

On behalf of myself and all of the workshop organizers, you are cordially invited to submit talks for the 2016 DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop, which will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2016, in Baltimore, MD!

Submit via the Google Form (a new experiment this year).

As i…

DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop 2015 - Call for Speakers!

Attention Speakers! You are invited to submit talks for the 2015 DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop, which will be held on Saturday April 11 2015, in Silver Spring, MD (same venue as last year).

As in previous years, by default talks are 20-25 minutes, which we've found is a sweet spot for most topics. We get a great variety -- enough to get a dose of newness and not overwhelm. We also welcome proposals for more tutorial-style talks of around 50 minutes. We'll take the talks and build out a two-track…