If you're within driving range of Salt Lake City, Utah (well, Draper, to be more precise), this message is for you:
See The Salt Lake Perl Mongers website for details and directions.
We meet the 2nd Tuesday each month. We try to have one "basics" presentation, and one more advanced, to appeal to the broadest possible Perl user-base.
For the 99.9% of you not within driving range of the Salt Lake Perl Mongers, I appreciate your patience with this announcement. Salt Lake Perl Mongers is in its 3rd month. While I don't intend to post every month, Perl News is a good way to get the word out during these first 90 days.
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