Carl has now blogged about this workshop
Carl Mäsak's upcoming workshop is for anyone who knows at least a little Perl (5 or 6) and wants to see, learn or discuss best practice basics regarding coding simplicity, readability, or elegance in Perl (5 or 6).
This workshop is designed to deliver benefits for all, but should be especially suitable for Perl 5 programmers wishing to spend a few hours comparing and contrasting it with Perl 6.
I'm one of a dozen or so who have signed up already. Hope to see some more monks there!
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