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YAPC::Europe was a real success. Lots of talks about all kinds of different uses of Perl. Although the talks certainly were of different quality, most of them were really worth attending!

Besides that it was really good and fun to meet all people you only know from mailinglists, module-docs and e-mails, both drunk and sober ;-)

Jouke Visser, Perl 'Adept'

In reply to RE: YAPC::Europe by Jouke
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