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The first meeting of newly rebooted Salt Lake Perl Mongers is tomorrow.

Date & Time
Tuesday April 9th, 2013
7:00pm

Location
Salt Stack
5272 South College Drive, #301
Murray, Utah 84123

We'll have one presentation, and then spend some time discussing goals for the group. Mailing list subscription and event details are available at the Salt Lake Perl Mongers website.

If you're in the area, stop by and support The Perl Programming Language, and the Salt Lake Perl Community.


Dave


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