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I will be at OSCON for the whole show, from Monday to Friday, and extending my stay in Portland until Saturday. I have one talk ( MySQL Proxy architecture), two BoFs (MySQL Proxy wizardry and MySQL Sandbox, which is a Perl application) and a few community related booth talks.

I will show up at the TPF booth for Wednesday lunch. In the meantime, you may find me at the Sun booth, where there is an open area with several presentations.

If I find out where to sign up, I would also like to participate to the Perl lightning talks. (the signup link given in the LT page displays an error when I open it).

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In reply to Re: Perl Monks at OSCON 2008 by gmax
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