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Here the announcement of one of our biannual technical meetings. It's a very small 5-20 ppl workshop without fixed schedule and in German.

So excuse me just forwarding the German announcement, before delaying it till I have an appropriate translation.

(just run it thru google translate if necessary.)

Unser Workshop ist oft klein (5-15 Teilnehmer) und spontan. Es gibt also nicht wirklich eine Anmeldung von Vorträgen. Es kann auch unfertige Vorträge oder gemeinsames Hacken geben.

Datum: 27.10.2019

Uhrzeit: ab 10 Uhr

Ort: Haus der Jugend, Deutschherrenufer, Frankfurt

Angedachte Themen:

  • Ein Themenstrauß im Umfeld "freie Wetterdaten" und in dem Zusammenhang die Verarbeitung mit Perl auf dem Server und in einer "Progressive Web Application" (PWA) auf dem Mobiltelefon.
  • More Fun with Macros

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
Wikisyntax for the Monastery FootballPerl is like chess, only without the dice


NB: This was rescheduled because the 20.10.2019 did collide with the LPW.

In reply to [WS] Frankfurter Perl Workshop 2019/II - 27.10.2019 by LanX

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