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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  • April 8 · 7:00 PM

    Encryption Primer

    9 Mongers | 4.50 4.502

    Ever wonder what Crypt::CBC does? Or why everybody says to use bcrypt for storing passwords? Or why nobody uses One Time Pads if they're supposed to be so perfect? Come... Learn more
  • March 11 · 7:00 PM

    Convert a PHP Library to a Perl Library

    15 Mongers | 5.00 5.005

    JT recently converted the iFly chat library from a PHP library to a Perl library. He'll talk about the effort involved in doing that and a comparison between the languages.
  • February 11 · 7:00 PM

    Stupid CPAN Tricks

    6 Mongers | 5.00 5.002

    JT will give an overview of a bunch of CPAN modules that he finds super useful, and you probably haven't used or heard of.
  • January 14 · 7:00 PM

    The Daemons Need Checking

    8 Mongers | 4.00 4.002

    James Edwards will give a talk on writing a monitoring system for daemons using Perl. It can notify you or restart the daemons on it's own. It can even figure out what... Learn more
  • December 10, 2013 · 7:00 PM

    Perl and Raspberry Pi

    12 Mongers | 4.50 4.502

    Timm Murray will show you how to get started writing Perl apps for Raspberry Pi. He's built a rover using Raspberry Pi and Perl, which controls an Arduino for motor controls.
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