[Noisebridge-discuss] Perl classes?
setient at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 23:26:51 UTC 2011
Reminder: This is happening tomorrow at 1 PM PST at Noisebridge. I do not
have anything in particular planned but I will be working with Kaya tonight
and we should come up with something fun and exciting!
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 3:51 PM, Joseph Brenner <doomvox at gmail.com> wrote:
> John Magolske <listmail at b79.net> wrote:
> * Ronald Cotoni <setient at gmail.com> [111104 19:56]:
>> > I am interested in learning Perl. I am not very good but I think a
>> > group could be useful especially if we have someone who is actually
>> good at
>> > it already. Anyone else interested?
>> I believe some of the folks involved with the Balzac Study Group 
>> are associated with the Perl users group Mich mentioned. Maybe check
>> with them...not sure how closely they follow this list.
> Yes, that'd be me. I'm one of the guys who runs the SF Perl group. We're
> actually pretty good about doing meetings every month, we're just not so
> good about updating our website. There's a perhaps regretable tendency to
> treat our "meetup" pages as the real website:
> The last meeting in October was pretty succesful... a talk on "Pegex and
> Acmeism" over at Citizenspace where Larry Wall put in an appearance.
> The next meeting is probably going to be Tatsuhiko Miyagawa talking about
> Carton, though we're not sure what the date is going to be.
> If y'all are definitely going to be doing a perl study group on Sunday at
> 1pm, I'll tell the SF perl group about it. I'll also try to attend myself,
> though no promises (I just moved to West Oakland, and am still busy on
> And if you've got some questions about some perl code, you can bring it by
> the "Balzac Study Group" (next meeting: Thursday night, Nov 10). It's not
> supposed to be a narrowly focused group.
> And if you have a some specific questions, you try the low traffic and
> newbie-friendly sf.pm.org mailing list:
> Noisebridge-discuss mailing list
> Noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
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