The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop

The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is a low-cost technical conference held at the Carnegie Mellon University's Oakland Campus. The workshop will be held on October 9–10 2010. You can sign up for the announcement mailing list at Google Groups.

Latest News

09/10/10 Location update.

Our apologies to everybody regarding mis-communications regarding the event location.

The conference is being held on the 4th floor of the Gates-Hillman building.

07/09/10 Studies in the Ballistic Arts

Special pre-conference talk, open to the public:

When: Friday, October 08, 4:30 p.m.
Where: Rashid Auditorium 4401 Gates & Hillman Centers
Speaker: Larry Wall

The design of the Computer Language Perl was influenced by mathematics, linguistics, chemistry, music....and ballistics. Come find out from the author of Perl why computer programming is a ballistic art.

Social event to follow.

Hosted in conjunction with The Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science

02/09/10 Event ticket

You can now purchase your event ticket.

01/09/10 Call for Hackathons

Want to have a Hackathon for your project? Great we would love to help you find space and advertise it.

The sooner you tell the sooner and better we can help.

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