Jun 132012
 

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.

Apr 232011
 

Presenters are wanted for the 5th Annual Pittsburgh Perl Workshop, to be held at the Carnegie Mellon University on October 8 and 9, 2011. The call for presentations is now open (closes on Wednesday, May 18th).

The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop was established in 2006 as a low-cost technical conference for users of the Perl Programming Language. The conference emphasizes real code and immediate, pratical solutions to common issues.

Apr 042011
 

The YAPC::Europe organisers have published their third newsletter. Topics this time include:

  • Attendees statistics
  • Speakers statistics
  • Speaker training (brand new!)
  • Teaching classes
  • Discounts
  • Accommodation
  • New sponsors

See you in Riga in August.

Mar 162011
 

The Call for Papers for the 2011 YAPC::NA in Ashville, North Carolina ends on March 24th. This year, the conference takes place on June 27–29, 2011, and is the first YAPC::NA using a remote organizing team.

If you won’t be submitting a talk but have an idea for a talk that you’d like to hear, you can add it to the Ideas for Talks wiki page.

Mar 162011
 

PerlRDF are proud to announce the first International Hacking RDF with Perl Hackathon in London, UK from the 28th to the 30th of March 2011. The venue is The London Hackspace.

Mar 152011
 

As noted in the Second YAPC::Europe 2011 Newsletter they are now taking talk submissions

Hope to see you in Riga later this year!