October 2017 Archives

LPW: Too much of a good thing can be wonderful!

Last Friday was the deadline for submissons for the London Perl Workshop, and we had originally planned to let all submitters know by Monday. But it turned out that quite a few people were saving their submission for Friday, so we're still working on the schedule.

Read on for the gory details.

London Perl Workshop: last call for talks - deadline this Friday!

The clocks go back this weekend and the deadline of Friday 27th October for your LPW talk submissions is fast approaching!

As you’ve probably seen from earlier posts, we already have some fantastic speakers and subjects lined up, but there’s room for a few more, so if you have an idea you’ve been musing on, now is the time to tell us about it at londonperlworkshop.org/newtalk

Done is Better Than Perfect. Your proposal doesn’t have to be polished - we are happy to provide guidance and suggestions even if it’s just an idea or an outline. Think MVP (that’s Minimum Viable Proposal ;-), get it in ahead of the weekend and we will help you refine it.

We are looking forward to seeing as many of us as possible sharing our experiences and contributing to our community on Saturday 25th November 2017.

Not Just Perl - London Perl Workshop 25th November

As you'd hope, the London Perl Workshop on Nov 25th will feature lots and lots and lots of Perl. But there's also a chance to escape the echo chamber!

I want to break free!

Perl 6 at the London Perl Workshop - 25 Nov 2017

Been half-following Perl 6 development and wondering whether it's for you? This year's London Perl Workshop (Nov 25th) features:

Perl 6

Simon Proctor gives us "Perl 6: A Whistle Stop Tour", aiming to answer the fundamental questions: is this useful? Could I use this in production? Should I use this in production? Why might I want to?

Granada's JMERELO looks into "Perl 6 as a first language". With its …

Call for Lightning Talks -- London Perl Workshop

The London Perl Workshop is on Saturday 25th November, and as is traditional, the day will end with Lightning Talks, compèred by the inimitable Léon Brocard. In previous years things have been pretty fluid, with talks being accepted on the day. This year the deadline for Lightning Talk submissions is Monday 6th November, and we'll let prospective speakers know by Friday 10th.

If you've something to say, but not enough for 20 minutes, why not submit a 5 minute lightning talk?

Not sure how? Read on...

About London Perl Workshop

user-pic The London Perl Workshop (LPW) is a free one-day technical conference in Central London, UK. This year LPW will be on Saturday 25th November 2017.