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- <h2>About Perl Mongers<br/>
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The Perl Mongers are a local group of (mostly, but not necessarily) Perl programmers who meet every month.<br/>
There is no registry of members, and anyone can come to any meeting. If you have the time, stop by!
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- <h2 style="padding:20px 0 5px 5px;">Welcome to the Tel Aviv Perl Mongers group!<br/>
+ <h2 style="padding:20px 0 5px 5px;">Welcome to the Tel Aviv Perl Mongers group!</h2>
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The group organizes for social events centered around Perl in the greater Tel Aviv, Israel area.<br/>
We have talks, lectures, and casual meetings.<br/>
- Come meet fellow Perl (and non-Perl) geeks, share a snack, have some laughs!</br>
+ Come meet fellow Perl (and non-Perl) geeks, share a snack, have some laughs!<br/>
<strong>(the meetings are suitable for beginners, intermediates and advanced)</strong>
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<h2>Location</h2>
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- <h2>Dec 29th, 2010<br/>
+ <h2>Dec 29th, 2010</h2>
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This was our first TA.pm since it has been reestablished.<br/>
<a href="http://img257.imageshack.us/img257/3240/tapm.png" target="_blank">Flyer available here</a>
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<h2>June 26th, 2011</h2>
<p class="grey">This meeting's subject was web development.</p>
- <ul>
- <li><strong>What the hell is web development?</strong> by <em>Sawyer X</em></li>
- <p>A nice, easy, hopefully interesting, understandable introduction to web development.<br/>
- (beginner talk)</p>
+ <dl>
+ <dt><strong>What the hell is web development?</strong> by <em>Sawyer X</em></dt>
+ <dd>A nice, easy, hopefully interesting, understandable introduction to web development.<br/>
+ (beginner talk)</dd>
- <li><strong>The web stack</strong> by <em>Ilan Arad</em></li>
- <p>A hands-on, discussion-oriented talk on advanced understanding of the web stack, from server-side to client-side.<br/>
- (advanced talk)</p>
- </ul>
+ <dt><strong>The web stack</strong> by <em>Ilan Arad</em></dt>
+ <dd>A hands-on, discussion-oriented talk on advanced understanding of the web stack, from server-side to client-side.<br/>
+ (advanced talk)</dd>
+ </dl>
<h2>February 23rd, 2011</h2>
- <ul>
- <li><strong>Getting involved in open source, PT. 1</strong> by <em>Gabor Szabo</em></li>
- <p>You might know how to program, you might not, but do you work on open source projects?<br/>
+ <dl>
+ <dt><strong>Getting involved in open source, PT. 1</strong> by <em>Gabor Szabo</em></dt>
+ <dd>You might know how to program, you might not, but do you work on open source projects?<br/>
Have you always wanted to? Now you'll learn how to do it!<br/>
- We'll be taking a real example of an active open source project.</p>
- <li><strong>[Lightning talk] There are TOO MANY ways to do it!</strong> by <em>Shlomi Fish</em></li>
- <p>(simple problem, a ton of solutions)</p>
- <li><strong>[Lightning talk] Surprise talk</strong> by <em>an anonymous speaker</em></li>
- <p>(this talk will be so fast, you won't see it coming!)</p>
- <li><strong>Our local state, my my</strong> by <em>Sawyer X</em></li>
- <p>Perl has several ways to define variables (my, local, our, state), and they can get confusing.<br/>
+ We'll be taking a real example of an active open source project.</dd>
+ <dt><strong>[Lightning talk] There are TOO MANY ways to do it!</strong> by <em>Shlomi Fish</em></dt>
+ <dd>(simple problem, a ton of solutions)</dd>
+ <dt><strong>[Lightning talk] Surprise talk</strong> by <em>an anonymous speaker</em></dt>
+ <dd>(this talk will be so fast, you won't see it coming!)</dd>
+ <dt><strong>Our local state, my my</strong> by <em>Sawyer X</em></dt>
+ <dd>Perl has several ways to define variables (my, local, our, state), and they can get confusing.<br/>
The final showdown will explain how each works, what they really do, and when to use them.<br/>
- Yes! Finally!! :)</p>
- </ul>
+ Yes! Finally!! :)</dd>
+ </dl>
<h2>March 30th, 2011</h2>
- <ul>
- <li><strong>Typography WTF? or "Correct understanding and usage"</strong> by <em>Miss Ferret</em></li>
- <p>It's time to bring some color into your life. We'll explain what typography is and why the font we choose matters.</p>
- <li><strong>Graphical game development in Perl using Coro</strong> by <em>Ran Eilam</em></li>
- <p>You like games? Want to write one? Ran will show us his pet project, a game written in Perl using SDL and co-routines (via the Coro module).</p>
- </ul>
+ <dl>
+ <dt><strong>Typography WTF? or "Correct understanding and usage"</strong> by <em>Miss Ferret</em></dt>
+ <dd>It's time to bring some color into your life. We'll explain what typography is and why the font we choose matters.</dd>
+ <dt><strong>Graphical game development in Perl using Coro</strong> by <em>Ran Eilam</em></dt>
+ <dd>You like games? Want to write one? Ran will show us his pet project, a game written in Perl using SDL and co-routines (via the Coro module).</dd>
+ </dl>
<p>And a fun round of lightning talks featuring:</p>
- <ul>
- <li><strong>Ruby for Perl programmers</strong> by <em>Ido Kanner</em></li>
- <li><strong>Analytical Perl, "use" vs. "require"</strong> by <em>Sawyer X</em></li>
- </ul>
- </p>
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+ <dt><strong>Ruby for Perl programmers</strong> by <em>Ido Kanner</em></dt>
+ <dt><strong>Analytical Perl, "use" vs. "require"</strong> by <em>Sawyer X</em></dt>
+ </dl>
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