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I didn't find any information on the admission fees for the workshop and don't want to go through the (first) registration procedure

Sorry for that. Our very busy webmaster forgot to commit the change that made it public here:

The regular fee is 75 . For companies there is a business fee of 250 . Students, orga members and speakers (at least 20min talks) pay a reduced fee of 50 . Students and employees of the Munich University of Applied Sciences can attend the workshop for free, but have to register for organisational purposes.

Cheers, Sören


In reply to Re^2: 9th German Perl Workshop: Registration has started by Happy-the-monk
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