The Nordic Perl Workshop will be held on 23rd November 2013, in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Call for Papers is out, so register and submit your talks.
Check http://act.yapc.eu/npw2013 for more info.
A Perl oriented eCommerce conference will start on 8th October in Hancock, NY. Call for papers is open until Sunday (15th September), so hurry up and submit your talks. Everything Perl eCommerce related is welcome.
The conference lasts for 3 days. The first day will be Dancer eCommerce training, where you can learn how to do Perl eCommerce with dancer. The other two days will have various talks on eCommerce subjects. The evenings feature a barbecue and hanging out with other developers.
Apply at http://www.ecommerce-innovation.com
The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop will be happening October 4th through 6th. This aptly named conference will be held in Pittsburgh, PA. The event is now open for registration, talk proposals, and sponsors.
At this year’s YAPC::Europe in Kiev, the YAPC::Europe committee announced that next years conference will be in Sofia, Bulgaria.
We will publish more details just as soon as we get them.
This year it will be in Keio University Hiyoshi Campus, on Sep 19 through 21. We’re expecting 900~1000 attendees this year. Book your flights now!
More details to follow. Stay tuned!
Should you have any questions, pelase contact @lestrrat
The cut off for submitting talks for YAPC::NA in Austin was originally the 15th, but we’re moving the deadline to the end of this month and ask readers to spread this news wherever they encounter folk they’d like to see give talks at YAPC.
You can submit your talks at: http://www.yapcna.org/yn2013/newtalk.
YAPC::Europe Foundation is pleased to announce that Kiev, Ukraine has been chosen as the site for the YAPC::Europe 2013.
We are confident that Kiev.pm and Moscow.pm’s experienced team — which was responsible for many Perl events in Eastern Europe — will put together a wonderful conference. The theme for the next YAPC::Europe will be ‘Future Perl’.
We hope to see you in Kiev next summer!
More details when we get them.
The 2012 Perl White Camel awards were announced at YAPC::NA this week, congratulations to the well deserved recipients…
Renee Bäcker is at the heart of the German Perl community. He publishes $foo Magazine, a sponsor of this conference, is a leader in the German Perl monger community, and is organizing this year’s YAPC::EU in Frankfurt (although he was already short-listed for this award before we knew that).
Jim Keenan has been a quiet but effective Perl influence. For years he led Perl Seminar New York, a technical complement to NY.pm‘s social focus. He volunteers to help at many hackathons, gently advises new events, and was instrumental in bringing together separate Perl groups
within New York City.
Breno G. de Oliveira, or just “garu”, is a social connector in the Brasilian Perl community as well as the PerlSDL community. Active in Rio.pm, he was also the organizer of YAPC::Brasil 2011 in Rio de Janeiro. He has contributed to the PerlSDL book. With a little help, he wants to unite the global Perl community by visiting every YAPC he can and helping other people to travel to Brasil to meet Perl programmers they might not otherwise interact with.
For those of you who aren’t able to attend YAPC::NA in person, this year’s organizers set up live streams of the conference. You can use the conference schedule to find which talks you want to see and then stream the room you are interested in. The rooms are:
You’ll need Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Flash, or Apple Quicktime to be able to view these streams.
The streams will go live at 9am US Central time on June 13th.