Issue #289 - 2017-02-06 - FOSDEM is over, blog posts?

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I had a tiring, but still great weekend because I attended FOSDEM. I met a lot of Perl folks there & I expect to see some blog posts in near future about their conference experience.

Upasana Shukla

Call for Presentations

Call For Presentations

by Dave Rolsky (DROLSKY)

Call For Presentations for The Perl Conference, NA (formerly known as YAPC::NA) 2017 is open, deadline is 6th March


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Think Perl 6 How to Think Like a Computer Scientist

At this point, only the first seven chapters (about 150 pages out of a total 450 pages) are publicly available as HTML. The book is fully written, the rest only needs to be processed in O'Reilly's editing process, which should take another few weeks.


About the Perl Toolchain Summit

by Philippe Bruhat (BOOK)

Phillipe explains some things about Perl Toolchain Summit (formerly known as Perl QA Hackathon)




January 2017 Grant Votes

by Makoto Nozaki

"Standardization, Test Coverage, and Documentation of Perl 6 I/O Routines" grant has been approved

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