YAPC::Europe 2014 Survey results are online

The YAPC::Europe 2014 survey results are now online.

If you'd like to read more about my follow-up, please see my blog entry.

GPW2014 & NLPW2014 Survey results

The workshop surveys for the German and Dutch Perl Workshops are now online, and you can see them at the following links:

  • Deutscher Perl-Workshop 2014 - Survey Results
  • Nederlandse PerlWorkshop 2014 - Survey Results
  • I'm particularly proud of the Dutch Perl Workshop site, as Theo emailed me just before the event and asked whether it would be possible to have a survey. Within 24 hours, we'd set up the site, and emailed out the first …

    My 2014 QA Hackathon

    My write-up of this year's QA Hackathon in Lyon can be found on my blog. Many thanks to BooK and Elbeho for organising another great event.

    LPW2013 Survey Results

    The 2013 London Perl Workshop Conference Survey results are now online.

    Although percentage wise the submissions are up, the actual number of respondents are just slightly lower than previous years. Though it has to be said I'm still pleased to get roughly a third of attendees submitting survey responses. It might not give a completely accurate picture of the event, but hopefully we still get a decent flavour of it.

    Two questions, which I plan to pay closer attention to in future surveys are; 'How do you rate your …

    YE2013 & PPW2013 Survey Results online

    I've now uploaded the survey results for YAPC::Europe 2013 and The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop 2013. Both had only a third of attendees respond, which for PPW is still 20 out of 54, and 122 out of 333 for YAPC::Europe.

    I also sent out the talk evaluations for PPW2013 this morn…

    About Barbie

    user-pic Leader of Birmingham.pm and a CPAN author. Co-organised YAPC::Europe in 2006. Responsible for the YAPC Conference Surveys, helping to improve YAPCs every year. Also the current caretaker for the CPAN Testers websites and data stores. If you really want to find out more, buy me a Guinness. Just don't ask the obvious ... Grep has been for 10 years and is still no closer ;)Links: Memoirs of a Roadie Birmingham Perl Mongers CPAN Testers Reports YAPC Conference Surveys