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Meet other developers to discuss your adventures in the world of Perl Programming. Perl isn't just another programming language. It's about making your life easier. It helps with things like system administration, web development, network glue, data munging, and even network daemons/servers. Not only that, but you can even write end user applications with a GUI that works on every operating system.

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Recent Meetups

  • November 8 · 7:00 PM

    Upgrades via DBIx::Class

    8 Mongers

    JT will show you the database upgrade system behind Wing, which is really just an enhancement upon the upgrade system in DBIx::Class. This way you'll be able to build... Learn more

  • October 11 · 7:00 PM

    Testing Complex Apps

    8 Mongers | 5.00

    JT will show you how he goes about testing crazy complicated applications with dozens of objects that all rely upon each other, and then we can discuss alternative ways... Learn more

  • September 13 · 7:00 PM


    6 Mongers | 5.00

    Michael will talk about some of the tricks he's developed for writing tests, and a couple of modules he's written for the purpose.

  • August 9 · 7:00 PM


    5 Mongers | 5.00

    JT will discuss the insanity that is required to estimate the length of arbitrary lines and shapes in his new module SVG::Estimate.

  • July 12 · 7:00 PM

    Pong in Perl6

    6 Mongers | 5.00

    Pong is old. Perl6 is new. Take a tour of how to implement the old thing with the new thing, bringing it together with a bit of SDL2.

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