Philadelphia Perl Mongers
On the second Monday of every month, we meet and someone gives a presentation about technical issues about Perl, or the world surrounding Perl. Past talks include JSON, Perl 6, Perl in the real world, Regular Expressions, and more. Generally our speakers come from within phl.pm, but from time to time we bring in a guru from elsewhere in the Perl community.
All of our meetings are listed on our meetup page.
- 2019-01-14: Curt: SQL Database Access with Perl 6
- 2018-12-10: Andrew Mitchell: Regular Expressions: War Stories
- 2018-10-08: Brian: Building a Better Markdown
- 2018-09-10: Walt: The Python Data Model
- 2018-06-11: Curt and Brian: Linked Data, Identifiers and the Global Change Information System
- 2018-05-14: Walt: Bangbang Con 2018
- 2018-04-09: Ryan and Brian: React and Cro
- 2018-03-12: Jim Keenan: Testing the CPAN river against the Perl 5 Core
- 2018-02-12: Walt Mankowski: Advent of Code: Perl 5, Python 2, Python 3, C++
- 2017-12-11: Brian Duggan: Intro to Perl 6 Grammars
- 2017-11-13: Walt Mankowski: A Punchcard Ate My Program!
- 2017-10-09: Brian Duggan: Jupyter Notebooks and Perl 6
- 2017-09-11: Jim Keenan: Security Implications of “Time of Check to Time of Use” for Widely Used Perl Code
- 2017-06-12: Curt Tilmes: LibCurl
- 2017-05-08: Mark Dominus: the best anagrams
- 2017-04-10: Website hackathon
- 2017-03-13: Brian Duggan: Perl 6 CLI and metaprogramming
- 2017-02-13: Ricardo Signes: JMAP
- 2017-01-09: Curt Tilmes: GraphQL in Perl 6
- 2016-12-12: Jim Keenan: Devel::Git::MultiBisect
- 2016-11-14: Mark Dominus: Red flags
- 2016-10-10: Columbus Day
- 2016-09-12: Brian Duggan: Informal DSLs with Perl 6
- 2016-08-09: Walt Mankowski: Learning from COBOL
We have a rather low-volume mailing list, used mostly for negotiation of meeting locations and occasional technical chatter.