A free Perl talk Oct. 22nd in Columbus Ohio

The 2011 Code Camp Columbus is nearly upon us. It is all day the 22nd and it is free to all attendees.

I will be giving a talk about building Perl applications to solve everyday problems culminating in a WWW:Mechanize application that shows most of the previous examples working together. At previous conferences and events when I talk about Perl it is the context of using it to automate install tasks and is more about finished applications versus Perl development so this is somewhat new to me.

I plan to put the slides and other material up before the conference for community perusal
and commentary. I usually over plan the amount of material I need for one of these presentations.

Here is the full speaker schedule, there is a wide variety of non-Perl topics as well.

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user-pic I like writing Perl code and since most of it is open source I might as well talk about it too. @KirkKimmel on twitter