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(The German Perl workshop is an annual open-source-conference/workshop for everyone. It is being organised by the Perl programming language community. In 2017, it takes place at Bürgerhaus Wilhelmsburg, Mengestraße 20, 21107 Hamburg, Germany. Most talks are held in German language (but many presenters keep their slides in English for the international participants). Talks in English are very welcome, if submitted by non-German speakers.

This year's German Perl workshop is coming to Hamburg! As every workshops relies on the speakers and talks, the website now will accept your talk proposals for regular talks, lightning talks and/or tutorials

The German Perl workshop tries to offer a variety of talks and topics. This means, while we generally prefer Perl talks over other topics, we still consider and may accept non-Perl talks when they relate to a Perl programmer's technical biosphere.

Please consider submitting a talk! (Best before 7 June.)
Otherwise, just participate, if you have no talk to submit.

The workshop takes place from 26 through 28 June 2017 at the Bürgerhaus Wilhelmsburg in Hamburg, Germany and we would like you to participate.

Register -

See you in Hamburg!



German language original follows:

(Der Deutsche Perl-Workshop ist eine jährlich in Deutschland stattfindende Open-Source-Konferenz für jedermann, organisiert von der Community der Programmiersprache Perl. Er findet 2017 im Bürgerhaus Wilhelmsburg, Mengestraße 20, 21107 Hamburg statt. Die Vorträge werden überwiegend in Deutsch gehalten, Vorträge auf Englisch sind ebenfalls sehr willkommen.)

Hallo, dieses Jahr findet der Deutsche Perl Workshop in Hamburg statt. Ein Workshop ist nichts ohne Vortragende, daher ist die Webseite jetzt freigeschaltet für das Einreiche von Vorträgen, Lightning Talks oder Tutorials.

Der Deutsche Perl Workshop versucht wie immer, ein breites Spektrum an Vorträgen anzubieten und das bedeutet, dass wir zwar prinzipiell bevorzugen, wenn ein Vortrag Perl berührt, aber es sind auch andere Themen möglich, solange es hinreichend technisch ist.

Bitte überlege, ob Du einen Vortrag einreichen möchtest (idealerweise vor dem 7. Juni), oder nimm einfach so am Workshop Teil wenn Du keinen Vortrag halten kannst. Der Workshop findet vom 26. Juni bis zum 28. Juni im Bürgerhaus Wilhelmsburg in Hamburg statt und wir hoffen, dass Du teilnimmst.

Register -

Bis dann

Cheers, Sören

Créateur des bugs mobiles - let loose once, run everywhere.
(hooked on the Perl Programming language)

In reply to Call for Papers - German Perl-Workshop 2017 by Happy-the-monk

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