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<title>Welcome to NY.pm - /New York Perl M((o|u)ngers|aniacs)*/</title>
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<h1>Welcome to NY.pm</h1>
<p>or as we like to say <strong class=nobr>/New York Perl M((o|u)ngers|aniacs)*/</strong></p>
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<strong>Perl Mongers</strong> is a loose confederation of Perl hackers,
coders, and accidental programmers whose goal is
to develop the social community of Perl - after all, it's
more than a language - it's a culture <em>and</em> a floor wax.
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<strong>New York Perl Mongers</strong> is oldest Perl Mongers group in the world,
created by <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_D_Foy">brian d foy</a> in 1997 at the
First O'Reilly Perl Conference (which later went on to become <a href="http://www.oscon.com">OSCON</a>).
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<h2>Socal Meetings</h2>
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NY.pm runs <strong>social meetings</strong> meetings approximately once a month.
We have been doing so for over 10 years, and you are warmly invited to attend.
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There is no set meeting schedule: we use a mailing list to arrange a convenient date each month.
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<a href="mailinglist.html">Join the NY.pm mailing list now</a> to make sure you don't miss
our next meeting!
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<h2>Technical Meetings</h2>
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Perl Seminar NY runs monthly <strong>technical</strong> workshops for Perl programmers and users in New York City.
To learn more, visit the <a href="http://tech.dir.groups.yahoo.com/group/perlsemny">Perl Seminar NY</a>
site.
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<h2>More Information</h2>
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<dt><a href="mailinglist.html">mailing lists</a></dt>
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learn more about our activities and plans, add our two cents and more!.
information on our mailing lists can be found here.
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<dt><a href="big_brother.html">big brothers</a></dt>
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local businesses that are Perl friendly (and
<strong>NY.pm</strong> friendly!)
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<dt><a href="events.html">NY.pm events</a></dt>
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find out what's coming up or what you missed!
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<dt><a href="mongers.html">The Mongers</a></dt>
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find out who's who in the group, including the
current <strong>pumpkin holders</strong>
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<dt><a href="Cookbook_Review.html">Book Reviews</a></dt>
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Well, ok. Right now it's really just "review".
A look at the second edition of The Perl CookBook by perlsemny's own James Keenan.
When we get some more, maybe we'll actually bother with an index...
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<dt>Other Sites</dt>
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<div><a href="http://www.perl.org">www.perl.org</a></div>
<div><a href="http://www.pm.org">Perl Mongers</a></div>
<div><a href="http://tech.dir.groups.yahoo.com/group/perlsemny">Perl Seminar NY</a></div>
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