Submitted talks: 17
Accepted talks: 17



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Speaker Talk title Duration Language Date
jonasbn ‎How (and why) you should write your own Perl::Critic policies‎ lightning English  
jonasbn ‎Letting Jenkins brew so you have time for coffee‎ lightning English  
jonasbn ‎Building a RESTFUL interface using Mojolicious‎ lightning English  
Søren Lund (‎slu‎) ‎Beyond Unit Testing‎
[ Talk ]
lightning English  
Peter Makholm (‎brother‎) ‎Creating an interpreter in 5 minutes‎
[ Talk ]
lightning English  
Elizabeth Mattijsen (‎liz‎) ‎Fat Comma to Adverbial Pairs‎ lightning English  
Elizabeth Mattijsen (‎liz‎) ‎About map(), grep() and first()‎ lightning English  
Salve J. Nilsen (‎sjn‎) ‎A Perl Monger Group Rant‎ lightning  
David Jack Wange Olrik (‎davidolrik‎) ‎Testing with "latest"‎ lightning English  


Speaker Talk title Duration Language Date
Anton Berezin (‎Grrrr‎) ‎SVG Mapping in Perl: Bag o' Tricks‎
[ Abstract - Talk ]
45 minutes English 23/11/13 13:40
Carsten Hansen ‎Natural language processing‎ 20 minutes English 23/11/13 11:55
Claes Jakobsson (‎claes‎) ‎Interfacing with Postgres parser from Perl‎ 45 minutes English 23/11/13 10:55
Erik Johansen (‎uniejo‎) ‎Mojolicious and Websockets‎
[ Talk ]
45 minutes English 23/11/13 14:30
Dmitry Karasik (‎McFist‎) ‎New stuff from an old GUI‎
[ Talk ]
20 minutes English 23/11/13 12:20
Søren Lund (‎slu‎) ‎Playing with Hadoop‎
[ Talk ]
45 minutes English 23/11/13 15:30
Tatsuhiko Miyagawa (‎miyagawa‎) ‎Managing CPAN dependencies with Carton‎ 45 minutes English 23/11/13 16:20
Jonathan Worthington (‎jnthn‎) ‎Composable Concurrency in Perl 6‎ 45 minutes English 23/11/13 10:05

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