Last night we held a London Perl Mongers Technical Meeting. It was organised by Sue Spence and the venue was sponsored by Rick Deller of Eligo.
Much fun was had and much knowledge was imparted. Alex Balhatchet spoke about Test::Kit. Andrew Solomon talked about training people in Perl. Thomas Klausner introduced OX and AngularJS. And Mike Francis talked about using Web::Simple and Web::Machine to build a REST interface to a database – only to be told that Tim Bunce had just released a module that solved all of his problems.
Oh, and I wittered on a bit about using Perl with Github and Travis-CI. The slides are below.
Thanks to everyone for organising, speaking or just coming along.
The London Perl Workshop 2014 has been announced. It will be at the University of Westminster (the usual location) on Saturday 8th November. That’s a few weeks earlier in the year than it usually is.
The theme for this year is “The Internet of Things”.
You can find out more about the workshop, register and propose talks at the web site. Hope to see many of you there.
Many thanks (as always) to Mark Keating for organising the workshop.