3rd Dutch Perl Workshop
17 May 2006, 09h00-18h00
Aula Congresscentre, Delft

The Perl community organizes regular international YAPC's, national Workshops, and local Mongers meetings. The workshops are mini-conferences, where people tell about their experiences with Perl. More important: they are the place to meet Perl mongers and study Perl a little more, without having to travel too far.

The "Dutch Perl Workshop" focuses on The Netherlands and Belgium, although everyone is more than welcome to join in. In previous years, the conference language was Dutch, however --because of the combination of the Workshop with the international SANE conference-- this time most presentations will be in English.

The "Perl Workshop" has two tracks with tutorials and shorter talks. The preliminary program (Dutch) shows a wide variety in subjects. It is still possible to propose lightning talks and short talks.

If you wish to participate during most of the day, you need to register at the workshop's website. The fee is 95€ for the whole day, lunch included. You can mix your day with SANE tutorials, for which you have to register separately.

Other activities on the same day, at the same location:

Organizers: Stichting Perl Promotie Nederland (http://www.sppn.nl)
Mark Overmeer (mark@overmeer.net) and Sebastian Stellingwerff
Website: http://workshop.perlpromo.nl

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