Once again, courtesy of Oslo.pm, I’ll be returning to Oslo for a week of all things Perl.
On Monday April 18 and Tuesday April 19, I’m running two public classes on Perl 5 topics:
my advanced Perl programming class, and my Perl API design class. Bookings have just opened, so there are plenty of seats still available for either.
Then, on Wednesday April 20, I’ll be giving ="http://www.meetup.com/Oslo-pm/events/23…
So Perl 6 has been officially released.
Just as I always promised (...for, ahem, so many years in a row ;-)
And now that we've arrived at this joyous and long-anticipated day,
now that we officially have this extraordinary and beautiful language
at our disposal, now that the project that has consumed half of my
own professional life has finally reached its first great milestone
...what can I say?
I could perhaps reflect on the long, often lonel…
Next week I will be returning once again to beautiful Oslo, for a visit brim-full of all things Perlish.
For a start, I'm running two public classes on Wednesday March 4 and Thursday March 5,
in conjunction with Oslo.pm and Redpill Linpro.
On Wednesday, I'll be teaching the follow-up to my Perl Best Practices class (which we ran in Oslo several years ago). In this new course, Perl Even-Better Practices, I'm revisiting the guidelines that I fi…
I mentioned previously that we were aiming to organize a second free public talk in Oslo. And I can now confirm that, in addition to my talk next Wednesday night, I will now also be speaking at the University of Oslo, on Friday March 28, from 1615 to 1800.
I will be presenting an entirely new talk on Perl 6, entitled: A Programming Language for Computer Scientists (And Other Crazy People).
Although there with be a definite CS slant to the talk, i…
We've just added another public event to my current European speaking tour.
On the evening of Tuesday April 1 (yeah, I know), I'll be speaking in Morges, near Lausanne, giving an updated version of my presentation: Sex and Violence: Social and Technical Lessons from the Perl 6 Project
The talk is free and open to anyone interested in project management, language design, or other related forms of sadomasochism.
While I'm in Lausanne, I'll also be offering two public…