The Perl Conference - formerly known as YAPC::EU - is the yearly meeting of Perl Mongers in Europe.
The Perl conferences started off as grassroots user meetings, with discussions among Perl Mongers, and has grown from there. The focus is on enjoying the ideas of others, discovering new concepts, and feeling the enthusiasm of fellow programmers in the Perl (5) and Perl 6 programming languages.
This weekend at FOSDEM Theo van Hoessel will hand out t-shirts of the Perl Conference in Amsterdam at the end of every presentation. The lucky ones who receive the t-shirts will receive the instructions to make an original selfie whilst wearing the t-shirt. They then have to post the selfie on the event page or on their own page whilst tagging our Facebook page or on Twitter using the hastag #TPCiA. The one with the most funny, original, enthusiastic or creative pose and selfie will win a three-day-ticket to The Perl Conference in Amsterdam! We will announce who the winner is on the 14th of February. Seems fitting since it’s all about love for Perl.
Great news! As of today the Perl Conference has its own Facebook page, event page and Twitter. You can find the Facebook page when you search for the Perl Conference on Facebook. When you search for the Perl Conference in Amsterdam on Facebook you will find the event page. You can also find the event when you click on ‘events’ on our Facebook page of course. Do not forget to like us and click on ‘interested’ or ‘going’ on the event page! Our Twitter account is @TPCiA. Make sure to follow us! Since we have only just started with social media we do not have a lot of followers yet so make sure you spread the word amongst your friends, family, acquaintances and fellow Perl lovers. FOSDEM this weekend is a great opportunity to do so.
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