RPerl in Paris - Part I
The RPerl team is back! On November 21st, Will "the Chill" Braswell gave a presentation to the Paris Perl Mongers, at the Fondation pour le Progrès de l'Homme, or FPH. For those of you who've been to Paris, it is located in the Bastille area, not far from the opera house. The Foundation exists thanks to the generous legacy of Charles Leopold Mayer, and hosts a Linux meeting every Thursday. We were able to use this place thanks to Emmanuel Seyman, member of the Paris Perl Mongers, who organized this meeting.
The bullet points of Will's presentation were:
- The RPerl compiler, how it works, what it does
- Cloudforfree.org, a free platform to write code and use the compiler
- The Perl 11 philosophy, and the various projects among the open source community based on its principles
Many thanks to the Perl Mongers who joined us, Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni, Laurent Rosenfeld (author of Think Perl 6), Jean Forget, and of course Emmanuel Seyman.
We'll be back at the FPH soon...