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I was originally going to post something else for my 1000th node, but I'll save that for later, since I think this is fitting: As many of you probably know, The Perl Conference in Amsterdam ended on Friday. It was my first Perl event, and a great experience! I was very happy to finally meet some of you in person, choroba, LanX, Corion, Tux, Laurent_R, and rurban, and I'm really sorry I didn't get to say bye properly since I had to leave a bit early. If I met some of you but haven't yet matched you to a username, I apologize and drop me a /msg.

I enjoyed the talks by some of the greats like TimToady, TheDamian, Ovid, and brian_d_foy, some of which are already available as videos on Facebook (Update: and YouTube, thanks Corion), and I hear the full videos should be online within a month or so. For my favorite funny moment of the conference: First, watch Damian Conway's talk "Three Little Words", definitely worth it on its own (as is checking out the impressive PPR), and then go to the Lighting Talks from Aug 10th and skip ahead to around 1h39m15s in the video... :-)

Update: Added direct links to the YouTube videos.

Update 2: Some pictures can be found at http://twitter.com/TPCiA. Also updated links to YouTube.


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