We welcome talk submissions to The Perl Conference 2017 in DC, which will be held June 18-23! In an alternate universe, this conference would be called YAPC::NA 2017 🙂 . All levels and topics welcome, if in doubt please submit. Details at http://www.perlconference.us/tpc-2017-dc/cfp/. See you there!
We have received a good amount of talks, but we realize we can squeeze in quite a few more.
That’s why we have decide to prolong the deadline till April 5th.
The topics the talks we have received till now include: async, begin_decapitates_args, dom, error_2048, html5, lucy, mojolicious, mongo, nonblocking, pitfalls, procrastination, refactoring, reuse, rss, search, security, testing, ua_halts_ioloop, websockets
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate in asking us at email@example.com
Submit a talk at: http://www.mojoconf.org/mojo2014/newtalk
More info about Mojoconf 2014 held in Oslo 23th-25th of May 2014 can be found here: http://www.mojoconf.org/mojo2014/
Announcing the first Czech Perl Workshop in Prague on 20th-21st of May 2014. The deadline for your presentations is 25th of March (Czech presentations 1st of April). Do not miss out, come and join us. More info at http://act.yapc.eu/czpw2014/.
The 2014 OSCON Call for Participation is open until January 30. The conference takes place July 20-24 in Portland, Oregon.
OSCON came out of what started as “The Perl Conference”, so Perl holds a special value at the event. Not only that, but Portland and the US Northwest is a Perl stronghold.
I have some advice from previous years’ CfPs:
- The sort of proposals I’d like to see at OSCON from 2011 and 2012
- How to tell your Perl story
- What not to do in your proposal
If you would like some help with your proposal, email me and we’ll figure it out.
Foswiki 1.1.9 is available to be downloaded. This release is a security, performance and bug-fix release. It comes with more than 40 bug fixes relative to 1.1.8.
Read the full announcement at the Foswiki-1.1.9 download page.
Foswiki is a web-based Open Source wiki system which is used as central knowledge base in companies, but also as a supportive platform for online communities. Foswiki consists of a core system that can be extended by a huge amount of additional extensions to tailor it towards the specific needs at hand. Foswiki is constantly improved by a very agile developer community. Foswiki makes use of the latest web technologies available while accounting for organizational and knowledge management needs of wikis in the enterprise.
Foswiki is used world wide by a wide user base among which are Motorola, Yahoo!, Hapag Lloyd, CERN, Windriver, Infosys, ARM Holdings, 1&1 Internet Inc. and many more.
Foswiki is supported by the Foswiki Association e.V. which serves as a gateway to paying members and sponsors of the Open Source Community.
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 company is now expanding internationally to cover data for four new countries.
The site currently copes with 1.5 million visitors a month, all being served pages using the well-known templating module, Template Toolkit. The searches, aggregation and page rendering are all using Perl.
The tech team is a fan of open source and uses other tools as appropriate.
Adzuna has been mentioned in the Financial Times, BBC, Sky News and seems to be going for the industry disruption. I would keep an eye on them!
It’s great to hear about yet another growing company that uses Perl and doing so well.