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The London Perl Workshop (LPW) is a free one-day technical conference at the Cavendish campus of the University of Westminster in central London. It has been happening since 2000 or so and it's happening yet again. It's free, and there will be a lot of Perl types running around London for a few days.

  • WHEN: Saturday 24th November 2018
  • WHERE: 115 New Cavendish Street London W1W 6UW
The website is here - have a look at who's coming, the schedule (if it's up) and maybe sign up.

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