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DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop - http://dcbpw.org

The second (woot!) DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop (DCBPW) will be held on Saturday, April 20, 2013, at the University of Baltimore's Thumel Business Center

In addition to a track of speakers discussing innovative, exciting, and fun real world usage of Perl, we will also have a day-long track devoted to Perl instruction, targeting both people who need to update their skills or who have never tried Perl before.

The DCBPW team is currently actively seeking talks as well as corporate sponsors for the event. We will be working on a rolling talk acceptance policy, and the number of speaking slots is limited, so we encourage early talk submissions.

Registration is $25 prior to March 1st, and $50 afterwards. Free admission is available for students and the currently unemployed.

More information is available at http://dcbpw.org/.

-derby

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