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The Minnesota Perl User Group is hosting a meetup as follows. This is copies directly from the meetup announcement. Any monks here who are in the area will be more than welcome!

From the meetup announcement

Presentations on Dancer2 and DBIx::Class!

Time: May 15th at 7PM

Place: 15 S 5th St, Minneapolis. The doors will be unlocked until 7:30PM. Take elevators to 5th floor. My number is 612-203-5858; please call if anything goes awry.

Food: We discussed last time and I believe Wes (and others) suggested that we have presentations first and then go out to eat together. Let's discuss where this might be at the meetup.

Topic: Ben and Matt present. Ben will show off the web framework Dancer2, and Matt will present a few interesting parts about the DBMS ORM DBIx::Class (and also what all those letters stand for).

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