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The first-ever Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is almost here, and it's going to be fantastic! We have two excellent sets of sessions scheduled, an awesome after-event venue, and a bunch of surprises you never expected to get for such a low price. If you have to pick only one thing to do on September 23rd, make it the Pittsburgh Perl Workshop.

  • Register now!
  • The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is nearly sold out! Please register now to reserve your spot. Early-bird registration is now closed, but the workshop is still very affordable at just $40 for general admission and $20 for students.

  • Volunteers
  • We still need more volunteers to help make this a success. If you're interested, please sign up for the available positions on our wiki.

  • Church Brew Works after party
  • We are planning to go to the festive and microbrew-licious Church Brew Works for an after-party at 7pm. It's very important to sign up if you want to go, so we know how many tables to reserve!


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