Mr. R Geoffrey Avery (‎rGeoffrey‎)

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City
Philadelphia
Country
United States
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Company
PAUSE id
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Talks

confirmed ‎Lightning Talks Day 1‎ 60 minutes
confirmed ‎Lightning Talks Day 2‎ 60 minutes
confirmed ‎Lightning Talks Day 3‎ 60 minutes
confirmed ‎Jenkins 101: Getting started‎ 60 minutes
confirmed ‎sudo From a Folder: For the Slightly Trusted User‎ Lightning talk

Bio

English
For many years a Perl Bioinformatics programmer in Philadelphia for a major pharma company helping scientists load, process, analyze and view their data. As a programmer with sysadmin tendencies, now managing the builds and Jenkins for a team that causes credit card swipes to do the right thing.

Keeper of the lighting talks gong.

Geoff really should get a life and go to fewer conferences:
OSCON 1999,2001,2004,2007-11,2013-14
PerlWhirl 1-2
YAPC::NA/TPC::NA 1999-2017
YAPC::EU/TPC::EU 2002-11,2013-16 (17)
PittsburghPW 2006-08, 2010-11, 2013-15
FrozenPerl 2010
DC-BaltimorePW 2012-16
= 182 days (+ 3 this season)

This only counts conferences where Perl is the topic or a major track.

Attending talks

‎Symbiosis of Docker and Perl‎
‎A few git bits‎
‎Ref::Util: more than you ever wanted to know about ref()‎
‎Writing command line tools made easy‎
‎How AWS REST APIs work, and how Paws is built‎
‎Keynote Day 1‎
‎Opening - Welcome to YAPC::EU 2016!‎
‎Lightning Talks Day 1‎
‎How to write an API endpoint in 2016‎
‎Closing Notes‎
‎Jenkins 101: Getting started‎
‎Lightning Talks Day 3‎
‎The Metabrik Platform: Rapid Development of Reusable Security Tools‎
‎PONAPI: let's REST‎
‎Go for Perl Programmers‎
‎Imager::Trim‎
‎A local search engine using Elasticsearch and Dancer‎
‎Extending Syntax - Signatures, Operators and Compound Statements‎
‎Mocking APIs for Emulation Driven Development‎
‎Keynote Day 2 - State of the Velociraptor‎
‎Lightning Talks Day 2‎
‎Making your web application work for everyone‎
‎Keynote Day 3‎
‎The non-butterfly effect - a universe where Camelia didn't flap her wings‎
‎A Quick Tour of Swift for Perl Programmers‎
‎Low level details for high level developers‎
‎Refactoring with Statsd, Toggle and Scientist‎
‎Documenting Code - Patterns and Anti-Patterns‎
‎Experience of Perl development for Raspberry PI‎
‎Karel: Educational programming language‎
‎From 5.12 to 5.24: Upgrading a business application‎
‎Regexp Mini-Tutorial: Character Classes‎