Wiki - LightningTalks
This year we will be holding a Lightning Talks session, and if you have never talked at a perl workshop a lightning talk is the perfect opportunity to start. Lightning talks are very short presentations (limited to 5 minutes by gong). They may be on any topic of likely interest to the attendees (as judged by the organizer). They tend to work best when focused on a single, relatively small topic. Slides are allowed but not required. You can find more information on lightning talks here
If you would like to give a lightning talk, please put your name and topic below, so that we may schedule you.
- Erin Phillips - Using Filter::Simple to Augment Perl Syntax
- Steven Lembark - Symbol & qualify_to_ref: fixing Benchmark.
- Patrick Michaud (Pm) - Parrot Compiler Toolkit
- Mateu Hunter - The state of MojoMojo or something like that.
- Patrick Michaud (Pm) - I can haz compiler?
- Scott Walters - Perl is SNOBOL
- Chip Salzenberg (chip) - What Lua can teach us about APIs
- Seth Viebrock - I have two free licenses from ActiveState to hand out -- the correct answer to two Perl trivia questions will win. Then, talk about Komodo IDE and Edit, as well as a new Eclipse developments. Talk notes/URLs can be found here.
- Ian Malpass - Building a Perl interface to a REST API.
- Leonard Miller (olegm) - Why ANYTHING is better than PHP
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