The web site for PPW 2014 is now live. Due to browser caching, some people may have been redirected to this page when trying to view "pghpw.org". If you are trying to view the 2014 site, please follow this URL:
Thanks to everybody that helped tilt PPW! We've got the new web site ready to go, and it should be launched in the next day or two. Once that happens, we'll open the call for talks and registrations will resume.
We've launched a new tilt campaign to decide if there should be a Pittsburgh Perl Workshop in 2014. Please use the following link to purchase your ticket for PPW 2014:
If we get 30 people to buy a ticket by Labor Day (September 1st, 2014), then the dates for PPW will be November 8 and 9. If not, we'll refund the tickets and start planning for 2015 instead.
You can also send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please subscribe to PPW's YouTube channel to be notified as we release additional videos from PPW.
The 2013 Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is now over. Thank you to everybody that contributed to make this event such a success. We are now working on processing all of the talk videos and will be posting them online soon.
Please subscribe to our YouTube channel so that you will be notified as soon as the talks are available.
The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop has reached full capacity. We will not accept any further registrations or walk-ins. Thank you very much to everybody that has contributed to making this event a success!
If you missed out this year, please consider adding yourself to our announcement list so that you can be notified about future events.
Users of IRC are welcome to join the #ppw discussion on irc.perl.org.
Regretfully, we will have to cancel the Introduction to Git class scheduled for Friday, October 4th. Everybody that has already enrolled in the class will be contacted soon. We are very sorry for this inconvenience.
The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop sincerely thanks Grant Street Group for their continued sponsorship. Grant Street Group has the distinction of being the only sponsor to have sponsored every single PPW since the workshop was founded in 2006. Thank you!
If you would like to learn more about Grant Street Group, or how to become a PPW sponsor, please visit our Sponsors page today.
Registrations will remain open until we have 55 committed users for the conference. At that point, we will have reached our maximum capacity for PPW 2013 and will disable registrations.
The 2013 Pittsburgh Perl Workshop schedule is now full. We will not be accepting any more regular talks.
Take a look at some of the wonderful talks we have lined up here.
Would you like to get your feet wet as a speaker? Maybe you have a short message that you'd like to send out. If so, there is still plenty of time to submit a Lightning Talk.
The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop welcomes and thanks ZipRecruiter for becoming our very first sponsor at the contributing level this year. This is ZipRecruiter's first time as a sponsor of PPW.
If you would like to learn more about ZipRecruiter, or how to become a PPW sponsor, please visit our Sponsors page today.
The Perl Job Fair and Sponsor Expo will take place immediately following lunch on Saturday, October 5th.
Latitude 40 is a massive 65,000, two-story restaurant and entertainment center all in one. With food, bowling, multiple bars, live music, arcade, and dance floor, the Pittsburgh Latitutde 40 is a sight you will not want to miss.
And, fortunately, you will not have to. Because, admission to the Saturday night social event is included free with your event ticket! That's right. Not only will you be getting two days full of excellent talks, you will also be receiving an evening of dining and entertainment at no extra charge. Isn't that awesome?
Yes, we are still accepting talk proposals for PPW 2013! Please use the "Submit a talk" link to submit your proposal today.
Please remember to book your hotel room prior to September 4th in order to get the conference rate.