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The Dutch Perl Workshop 2018 will be in Arnhem. is pleased invite you to the 14th Dutch Perl Workshop! Our workshops are yearly meetings of experienced and beginning Perl lovers. One whole day of long and short lectures for everyone.

  • Saturday July 7 in the StayOkay in Arnhem
    (just an hour drive from Amsterdam center, Schiphol, Düsseldorf)

Last year, the European Perl Conference took place in Amsterdam, so we skipped a year for the Workshop. After a few events in Utrecht, we are back to our original location at the StayOkay: a friendly and affordable hostel.

With still three months to go, we do not have all the details yet. The current plan is:

  • Early arrivals welcome on Friday at hackerspace Hack42
  • Saturday from 9:30 to 18:00, various presentations in two tracks:
    • one track of talks in English
    • one track of talks in Dutch, maybe some in English
    Followed by the Social Event: BBQ and aftermath
  • Sunday has various offerings
    • extended tutorials on Perl 6, by Andrew Shitov
    • hands-on "Perl on embedded devices", by Jens Rehsack
    • group trips to nearby Burgers' Zoo or Openairmuseum
    We will detail these later, probably add a few. These additions will only happen when enough people pre-register. Watch your mail closely for announcements.

We would like everyone to contribute a talk. There are 5, 10, 20, and 40 minutes slots. Of course, it is not required to contribute this way, but we really like to hear your experiences with Perl.

A large number of participants arrive the evening before the Workshop, and often also stay the following night. Beds are available from 35€ per night: the later you book, the more expensive they get. Book now! Book your bed yourself at: StayOK. There are also hotels and AirBNBs nearby. Please list in the wiki where you stay.

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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