Last chance to get your talk submission in for Frozen Perl

The call for talks for Frozen Perl is just wrapping up (yesterday technically), but there is still a little time to get a late submission in if you hurry.

Frozen Perl is a three day event held at the University of Minnesota's McNamara Alumni Center in Minneapolis, MN. The main event is a one-day, two-track workshop on Saturday, February 5th.

There will be two Perl classes on Friday, February 4th. "Effective Perl Programming" will be taught by the keynote speaker brian d foy, and the other a class on Moose taught by Dave Rolsky.

There will also be a hackathon on Sunday, February 6th.

Registration is open until the day of the conference. We hope to see you there.

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