Niederrhein.PM is organizing the upcoming German Perl Workshop
in Gummersbach (near Cologne, Germany) in the first Week of April.
We'd like to greet more than a few Perl Monks at next GPW - on and off stage.
But of course not exclusively so, feel free to spread the news to Perl people off site as well.
We also provide All-Day Workshops for attendees.
So if you'd like to see the difference of configure stage and runtime live for instance,
join the Perl on embedded devices Workshop
by Jens Rehsack on April 3rd.
Please share or surf to:
and other news
which will follow.
If you're interested, please register and join the GPW 2018
Créateur des bugs mobiles - let loose once, run everywhere.
(hooked on the Perl Programming language)
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