Issue #412 - 2019-06-17 - The Perl Conference in Pittsburgh 2019

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Hi there

If you happen to be in and around Pittsburgh between June 16-21 then do attend the conference. For more information, checkout the page for more information.

Please do share your experience with us at the end of the conference.

Have a great and fun week.

Mohammad Sajid Anwar


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North American Perl Conference 2019

June 16-21, 2019 Pittsburgh

French Perl Workshop 2019

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European PerlCon 2019

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Swiss Perl Workshop 2019

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