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We're on-line. Finally:

We invite you to participate in The Perl Conference, which will take place in August 2017 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. These meetings were formerly known as YAPC::EU, the yearly meeting of Perl Mongers in Europe.

The Perl conferences started off as grassroots user meetings, with discussions among Perl Mongers, and has grown from there. The focus is on enjoying the ideas of others, discovering new concepts, and feeling the enthusiasm of fellow programmers in the Perl (5) and Perl 6 programming languages.

This years' theme is: High-end Perl. We are open for contributions: sponsors and potential speakers, please continue reading this page.

Call for papers can be found here.

Hope to meet a lot of you folk there in person.

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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