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I haven't seen it mentioned on any of the websites I frequent, so I'm mentioning it here:

The videos of talks given at the 11th YAPC::Europe 2010, held from 4th to the 6th of August in Pisa are now online at

The topics range from talks about Perl modules like Dist::Zilla or ElasticSearch , talks about Perl6 topics like Not Quite Perl and The Prince of Parsea to talks about The Perl Community and Migration Strategies.

It seems that the lightning talks were not taped or released. I particularly miss the talk by davorg about Perl Vogue. But that magazine will make a big splash with or without video advertising!

Update: Matt Trout tells me that there are more videos being uploaded as they get encoded, so please check back often. Especially the lightning talks are still to come.

Matt also points out that the YAPC::NA talks will be uploaded to, so please expect more announcements from for new videos.

Update2: Also see the YAPC::Europe 2010 YouTube Channel

In reply to Videos of the YAPC::Europe 2010 talks are online by Corion

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