The two days before the actual Perl Conference, there is time for additional training. Don't miss out on them if you want to improve your skills and knowledge
Each of the well-known trainers are very experienced trainers and do give training on a variety of subjects.
The classes are targeted at different audiences and some may require a little basic level of understanding. Others may require you to do some little homework before the training, so you arrive prepared.
We've negotiated with most knowledgable trainers and think we got the best deal ever for an entire day of training.
On top of that there is - since any TPCiA speaker - is ... 'for the benefit of the conference' - a very low-price offer for 'Presentation Aikido' on Tuesday. Get prepared for your presentation!
Parsing with regular expressions and grammars in Perl 6 is the process of detecting and verifying the structure of incoming data and then processing that data so as to make it available to a program in convenient ways.
brian presents selected topics from his book Effective Perl Programming.
Jeffrey Goff offers an introduction to Perl 6, a powerful new language combining the pedigree of Perl 5 with a brand new metaprogramming system, built-in concurrency, and software-definable grammars, among many other features.
The best, most effective presentations capture the audience quickly, hold their interest effortlessly, educate and entertain them in equal measure, and sometimes even inspire them.