Hi there! At this time, the following lectures are confirmed for YAPC::SA::2006:
- ETL e Perl: Filtrando e transformando informações com Expressões Regulares
(ETL and Perl: Filtering and transforming information with regular expressions)
- Camila Mattos aka mk. e Marco Lima aka Mago
- "v6.pm" - a implementação do Perl 6 utilizando Perl 5 e Perl 6
("v6.pm" - Perl 6 implemented in Perl 5 and Perl 6)
- Flávio Glock
- PPS (Postfix Perl Spam): Técnicas de como defender seu correio
(PPS: How to defend your electronic mail)
- Marco P D'Andrade
Soon we will know what Larry Wall, Audrey Tang and David Fetter will talk about!
See you there!
Igor 'izut' Sutton
your code, your rules.
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