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> First, watch Damian Conway's talk "Three Little Words",

For a better quality see the already available version from YAPC::NA Three Little Words which comes with the slides blended in. (unfortunately the screen/seats height relation was suboptimal in Amsterdam˛)

I just was finally able to watch it, it's really nice (though I'm not sure if/how PPR is able to parse syntax which was changed by use of prototyped subs)*

Have fun! :)

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language and ☆☆☆☆ :)
Je suis Charlie!

PS:

> I was very happy to finally meet some of you in person, choroba, LanX, ...

Likewise, haukex ! I was very positively surprised when choroba introduced you to me! =)

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*) I think the phrase "At least as good as PPI" said it already ... ˛) I'm expect blended in slides in the real videos, since the laptops where connected to something like a grabber device.


In reply to Re: A Few Impressions from Amsterdam (alternative video) by LanX
in thread A Few Impressions from Amsterdam by haukex

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