[ILUG] London Perl Forum at City University
blf at utvinternet.ie
Tue Apr 13 22:30:26 IST 2004
this may be interesting/useful to some people ....
( including, I may say, meself --- I'm mot a perloid,
albeit I doubt I will bother traveling to London? )
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Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 15:30:52 +0100
Subject: London Perl Forum at City University
From: UKUUG Administration <office at ukuug.demon.co.uk>
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The LUUG Lectures
UKUUG - London Unix User Group
Thursday 29th April 2004 6:15 for 6:45
London Perl Forum at City University
NOTE: this is being organised by O'Reilly and Lonix. Booking is
essential - go to http://www.lonix.org.uk/ and select 'meetings'.
An evening of Perl talks, chosen to give a broad overview of the
language and demonstrate how Perl can be useful for you.
Perl is a stable, cross platform programming language used for
mission critical projects in the public and private sectors.
It is Open Source software and is supported across a wide variety
of operating systems from Unix, Macintosh, Windows and many more.
Perl is one of the few most popular web programming languages due
to its text manipulation capabilities and rapid development cycle.
Dave Cross will give a summary of Perl's strengths, the resources
available for Perl programmers, and the history of the language.
Mark Fowler will be describing the best of the CPAN, covering the
plethora of free Perl modules available.
Andy Wardley's talk will concentrate on one very powerful use of
Perl - template processing.
Then Simon Cozens will look ahead at Perl's future to what's
coming with Perl 6.
And there will be ample opportunities for continued discussion.
The LUUG lectures are sponsored by the UK Unix systems User Group.
For further information on LUUG Lectures, contact Andrew Findlay:
afindlay at ukuug.org
PO Box 37
Herts SG9 9UQ
Tel: 01763 273475
Fax: 01763 273255
office at ukuug.org
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