[nSLUG] Yet Another Perl Conference final details
glim at mycybernet.net
Wed May 11 00:47:00 ADT 2005
This email could be of interest to people interested in the
Perl programming language. I know that in Toronto there is a
good-sized overlap between Linux people and Perl people (we
occasionally hold "joint sessions" of our user group meetings)
so we hoped to share this information with Linux folks more widely.
There have been some recent developments on the YAPC::NA front,
and it has been suggested to us that a reminder might be helpful
to some people, so here's a quick summary of the event.
YAPC::NA 2005 (Yet Another Perl Conference, North America)
in Toronto, Canada, Monday - Wednesday 27 - 29 June, 2005
Home page: http://yapc.org/America/
Conference Location: http://89chestnut.com/
A facility of the University of Toronto
Normally registration information would come first, but
accommodations are the bottleneck -- our main group reservation
(at the conference hotel) expires at the end of the week, and as
the conference approaches it will be extremely difficult to find
a hotel anywhere in the city.
Info on how to book at:
Register now! :-) We are on track to break attendance records
at YAPC::NA this year, and we could even sell out before the
conference starts. The price for the full 3 days is USD$85.
We keep it insanely low through many generous sponsorships
and the all-volunteer organizational and speaking crews.
Registration info: http://yapc.org/America/register-2005.shtml
Direct registration link:
Conference Speaking Schedule
We've got an excellent selection of talks and speakers for Perl
programmers of all levels, beginner through expert. We are
fortunate enough to have presentations coming from some of the
most recognizable names in Perl programming today, including
Larry Wall, Chip Salzenberg, Dan Sugalski, Autrijus Tang and
brian d foy.
Summary -- http://yapc.org/America/schedule-2005/summary.html
Day 1 -- http://yapc.org/America/schedule-2005/day1.html
Day 2 -- http://yapc.org/America/schedule-2005/day2.html
Day 3 -- http://yapc.org/America/schedule-2005/day3.html
These short (5 minutes each) talks, presented by the conference
attendees, are a YAPC tradition. If you're interested please
read more about them and sign up:
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