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Besides the Music Hack Day in Cannes, there are some events I will focus on in 2011:
- The Italian Perl Workshop. This year, for a change, we will be in Turin. The conference will be held on September 8-9, with my Introductory Perl Class the day before. I’m linking the material for last year’s class, but I have slightly different ideas for the incoming version.
I would like to go faster on basic syntax – spending a reasonable amount of time dispelling doubts about data structures, which proved to be useful – and to present Moose as “the way you should do OOP in Perl”, probably mentioning the old way as historical curiosity.
- In the middle of August there will be YAPC::Europe, in Riga. It may seem odd to say that in January, but I’m looking forward for a climatic detour from the hot days we’re likely to have in Spain. And it will be great to meet friends and Perl hackers, as usual.
- For the past two years I missed the London Perl Workshop. I think its single day model works very well and should be copied more avidly. And I love to spend time in London.