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  • The Perl Conference Newsletter: 04/26/2018 Thu, 26-Apr-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: Accepted conference sessions posted http://bit.ly/2p6Ui1X Tutorial schedule posted https://goo.gl/nyQvaP BoF meeting space available http://bit.ly/2GB1Fqy Register today! https://goo.gl/tgUQRt You can still book your conference lodging https://goo.gl/RNBqb3 Sponsor Spotlight: Booking.com Stay in touch Conference sessions posted The list, complete with descriptions, of TPC’s accepted talks are published. Head on over to see the topics and speakers: http://bit.ly/2p6Ui1X Stay tuned, the main event day schedule is coming soon! Tutorial schedule

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  • QA Hackathon Grant Successful Mon, 15-Feb-2016 by Karen Pauley
    in: GrantsHackathons

    I am pleased to announce that Ricardo Signes' recent grant application to cover the cost of his travel to the QA Hackathon has been successful. I would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on this grant. This grant was awarded from our Perl 5 Core Maintenance Fund. If you would like to contribute to this fund please use our donation system or contact karen perlfoundation.org The QA Hackathon is

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  • YAPC::NA::2015 Hackathons Announced Thu, 26-Feb-2015 by TPF Conferences Staff

    The Perl Foundation is excited to announce three hackathons that will be running sequentially with YAPC ::NA 2015 in Salt Lake City this June. These events include a Perl 6 hackathon with Perl creator Larry Wall to be held on June 11th. The cost to attend these three hackathons is included in all YAPC ::NA 2015 passes, but we do encourage you to RSVP online so we know how many

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  • Act Voyager ---- long story Fri, 02-Jan-2015 by Elizabeth Mattijsen
    in: GrantsHackathons

    Happy New Year from outer space... since the last report a lot has happened on our journey with Act-Voyager... So, let me try to write down the episode of this saga... In the months leading to the Act-hackathon there where two things being worked on... Firstly, there is now a 'Act-out-of-the-Box' that makes it super easy to start hacking on Act With three simple commands, any developer can be up

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  • Frozen Perl Call for Speakers Sat, 07-Nov-2009 by Josh McAdams

    The "Frozen Perl 2010":http://www.frozen-perl.org/mpw2010/ workshop is scheduled for Saturday, February 6th at the University of Minnesota's McNamara Alumni Center in Minneapolis, MN. The organizers just put out their "call for speakers":http://www.frozen-perl.org/mpw2010/cfs.html a day or so ago. If you have no fear of freezing temperatures and want to attend or speak at a great Perl workshop, check it out. Also, the are still "looking for sponsors":http://www.frozen-perl.org/mpw2010/sponsorship.html if you'd like to help

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  • Hackathon Toronto is April 28, 2007 Wed, 11-Apr-2007 by Andy Lester

    James Keenan writes: Toronto Perl Mongers are pleased to announce Hackathon Toronto a one- day, almost-spur-of-the-moment hackathon, to be held Saturday, April 28, 2007. A hackathon is a gathering of free and open source software developers reflecting the joy of collective hacking. Building on the tradition of previous Perl hackathons in Toronto, Chicago and elsewhere, Hackathon Toronto will encourage people to come together for face-to-face work on Perl 5, Perl

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  • European Perl Hackathon Results Thu, 22-Mar-2007 by Jim Brandt

    The first European Perl Hackathon has successfully concluded. They ended up with 16 registered attendees from 6 different countries. Read on for more details. The total cost to The Perl Foundation was 468.71 euros, and you can read about what they got done on the successes page Work was done on Parrot, Perl, Act, CPAN6, and a few other things. You can find some additional info here: Flickr Spaanse Filosoof

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  • European Perl Hackathon Fri, 02-Feb-2007 by Jim Brandt

    Details are now available for the European Perl Hackathon in Arnhem, the Netherlands, from 2 4 March, 2007. Space is limited for this one and it's coming up soon, so don't wait if you're interested. From the organizers: Familiarity with the featured projects is not required; you need only bring a laptop and a willingness to join in. Although there is no fee to attend the hackathon, you are required

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  • Perl Hackathons Gaining Steam Wed, 27-Dec-2006 by Jim Brandt

    It seems the Chicago hackathon organized by Andy Lester and Pete Krawczyk and sponsored by the Perl Foundation has sparked some interest from other groups. We think these events are a great way to support Perl, use your donations effectively, and keep things rolling on various active projects. Now we need some ideas on how we should keep things going. I think hackathons will largely be regional events. This is

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  • Chicago Perl Hackathon a rousing success Fri, 17-Nov-2006 by Andy Lester

    The first standalone Perl Hackathon has been a rousing success, and The Perl Foundation is looking forward to sponsoring two or three each year around the country, or around the world. From Friday November 10th to Sunday November 12th, over thirty Perl hackers converged on the Country Inn Suites in Crystal Lake, IL, a far northwest suburb of Chicago. For three days, nearly around the clock, we worked, talked, ate,

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  • Krugle joins the Chicago Hackathon Fri, 20-Oct-2006 by Andy Lester

    The Chicago Hackathon http://hackathon.info is excited to have Krugle part of the proceedings. Krugle http://krugle.com is a search engine for source code, projects, and technical information across the web, and they want your feedback. The Krugle team wants to hear from Perl programmers about how Krugle can be more useful to the Perl community. On Saturday, Krugle will be hosting a demo of Krugle, as well as feeding us pizza.

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