Twenty Five Years of Perl in Twenty Five (ish) Minutes
I'm not sure what the scariest thought. The fact that Perl is 25 years old or the fact that I've been using Perl for well over half of the time that it's been around.
So let's look back over that 25 years in about 25 minutes. There were high and lows, good times and bad, successes and... er... less successful things.
It's possible this talk may not be entirely serious.
Attended by: Aaron Crane (arc), Pedro Figueiredo (pfig), Dave Cross (davorg), David Cantrell (DrHyde), Jess Robinson (castaway), Michael Jemmeson (michael), Peter Haworth (pmh1wheel), Colin Bradford (cjbradford), Peter Rabbitson (ribasushi), Sung Sam Gong (sung), Adam Taylor (adam-_-), Anthony Shaper, Avi Greenbury (BigRedS), Nuria Arranz-Velazquez, Tzctyapc, John Harrison (JohnGH), M Walker, Elena Bolshakova (helena), Dominic Humphries (djh), Jan Hartung (Egga), David Precious (bigpresh), Neil Bowers (NEILB), Brad Haywood, Tamara Kaufler, Johnathan Swan, Richard Jelinek (the whip), Mohammad Anwar (manwar), Russell Wheeler, Neil Kirsopp, Tony Bedford, Pete Barlow, Johannes Flieger, Daniel De Ruvo, Tom Bloor (TBSliver), John Goodchild,