Announcing The Swiss Perl Workshop 2018

We are delighted to announce The Swiss Perl Workshop 2018. This year the workshop will be held in Bern at Gewerblich-Industrielle Berufsschule, an industrial vocational school. The workshop will be held in English, although of course other languages are welcome.

The workshop will take place on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th of September 2018 and thanks to the generosity of the school the workshop will be free to attend. As the venue is a technical school we hope to attract students and teachers, so this year's …

Swiss Perl Workshop 2017 - Videos

We have uploaded videos from this year's workshop to YouTube: Swiss Perl Workshop on YouTube.

Note that we didn't record all talks as some were given at TPC and will be of much better quality from them. Also we didn't record the workshops, nor the lightning talks. Still, we have some exclusive content, so have a look.

Swiss Perl Workshop Pre Conf Meetup + More News For Attendees

Let's meetup for food and drink at L'Alchimiste restaurant in Villars, 24.08 at 19:00. Please add this to your schedule and/or let Lee know (via twitter: @lee_a_j or IRC: Lee or e-mail the orgs) so he knows roughly how many places to reserve. See

If you are coming from Germany please double check your train route as there are some issues with the tracks: ="…

Information for SPW Attendees

This year's Swiss Perl Workshop in Villars-sur-Ollon overlaps with the historic hill climb, consequently there are some road closures that you need to be aware of if you plan to leave early or the day after the workshop. This isn't a big deal, it just means you will leave the village a different way to that which you arrived. The following flyer details the closures, I have translated the important parts below:


Swiss Perl Workshop 2017 - Final Call For Papers

It's just over a month until this year's Swiss Perl Workshop in Villars-sur-Ollon. We already have Damian speaking as well as a few talks submit on topics such as: starting afresh with Mojolicious up to building an API using Swagger, profiling with Devel::NYTProf and memory leak tracing, high precision math in Perl 6, and using perl and Java together; but of course we would like more!

If you would like to attend this year's Swiss Perl Workshop and give a talk th…