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< right:perl_mongers_logo.jpg You're at the site for the Washington D.C. area Perl Mongers. We get together and [http://www.flickr.com/photos/japharl/3700351046/ talk] about [http://www.perl.org/ perl], teach one another new tricks of the trade and advocate the language wherever possible. Forays into other open-source software & hardware have been known to happen. Have ideas for the web site? Feel free to create a wiki page for your content. :)
< == Meetings ==
< Our meetings go down on the first Tuesday of every month in Washington, DC. When meetings don't happen on the first Tuesday of the month, we are notified on the mailing list, and this site and meetup.com is updated.
< right:dcbpw_dc_logo.png New meeting location: the Optoro office at 1001 G Street (in the same building as the Grand Hyatt). Access the building directly from the Metro or from 11th and Gst NW. From the lobby enter the business center, check in with the guard, and join us on the 12th floor in the Kitchen. If you have any issues call Brock, 480-353-0210!
< Join our [[http://www.meetup.com/DC-Perl-Mongers/ DC Perl Mongers Meetup Group]], subscribe to the [[Calendar]], and join our mailing list (see bottom of page)!
< == Upcoming Presentations ==
< All meetings are devoted to group discussion and helping each other. But it is nice to have a formal presentation or specific topic as well. Here is the queue of speakers who have proposed topics to be discussed at upcoming meetings.
< Upcoming topics:
< * Day-to-day dev tools
< * Lightning Talks
< == Suggested Presentations/Topics ==
< * Testing
< * Padre as a Perl IDE
< * Vim as a Perl IDE
< * Misc. questions about perl & related technologies.
< * Perl Testing Tutorial
< * Developing Perl RESTful API
< If you have an idea for a topic or would like to make a presentation, please send a note to the mailing list, or bring it up at a meeting... or edit this page and add it to the list!
< == Past Meetings ==
< See the [[Meeting Notes]], for links and details.
< Recent topics:
< * 2016-03-01: [http://www.meetup.com/DC-Perl-Mongers/events/228192008/ Randori-style group programming game] to write a function that [https://gist.github.com/awwaiid/8f6e8b96c579b2c0f9cc converts arabic to roman numerals]
< * 2016-02-02: Comparative asynchronous programming in Perl 5 and Perl 6 (collaboration by plicease, awwaiid and jet)
< ** [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1WNF1S3yaKzH2RMdEnRMiz2vq4IefA_eEpUCFn29LWH0/edit?usp=sharing Graham (plicease) presented some slides on the state of affairs with asynchronous programming in Perl 5]
< ** [https://github.com/plicease/dc.pm-async Graham (plicease) went over a mojo and threads examples of asynchronous programming in Perl 5]
< ** Brock (awwaiid) translated those scripts into Perl 6 using various techniques
< ** [https://github.com/jeturcotte/this-old-ruin Joshua (jet) talked about some practical asynchronous code he'd been working on with sockets in Perl 6]
< ** Graham (plicease) made a silly joke about UDP, but you might not get it
< ** [https://github.com/awwaiid/p6-Inline-Ruby Brock (awwaiid) talked about the Perl 6 / Ruby interface that he's been working on]
< * 2016-01-05: Testing an Imaginary Beowulf Cluster of RESTful Services
< ** This talk by Plicease will be several small vignettes on testing. I will be drawing from my experience from adopting and writing a number of niche testing modules on CPAN. In my day job, which is keeping dev, test and production clusters running smoothly for developers and scientists, I’ve used these tools to improve confidence in the software that we deploy. If there is time I will also touch on Test::Stream which is the next generation testing framework on the horizon for Perl.
< * 2015-09: h2ffi and FFI::Echidna [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Cx4rX5dJoc38T994WpXfEoDDSHy6pLi64c4aK-ywSiE/edit?usp=sharing] and PSGI
< * 2014-11: FFI Performance with [https://metacpan.org/pod/FFI::Raw FFI::Raw] and [https://github.com/plicease/FFI-Platypus FFI::Platypus] [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/15o-fPktxkfEsi-wJyv8VFiwfAjzKtzWOimbS0bwGJzU/edit?usp=sharing slides]
< * 2014-10: All Your [https://metacpan.org/pod/Alien::Base Alien::Base] presented by [https://metacpan.org/author/PLICEASE plicease] [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1g8tbEa3xvNurgi-eW642nCnQGfkMqAXr-LoP1vop78E/edit?usp=sharing slides]
< * 2014-09:
< * 2014-08: REST::Neo4p -- by the author, re: A perl binding for the graph database Neo4j
< * 2014-07:
< * 2014-06: rakudo, perl 5.20
< * 2014-05: skipped ... workshop
< * 2014-02: Core sub signatures
< * 2014-01: FFI!
< * 2013-12: Barcode related activities.
< * 2013-11: tbd
< * 2013-10: TCG::NUSA - The never-released web framework
< * 2013-09: MongoDB and Perl. Presentation by Mike Friedman of 10gen (creators of MongoDB)
< * 2013-08: Devel::SizeMe - the NYTProf of memory profiling
< * 2013-07: Mojolicious, Clustericious, PlugAuth and Yars [http://perl.wdlabs.com/talk/20130702-clustericious/ slides]
< * 2013-05: Contributing to the CPAN
< * 2013-04: Web User Identity [http://opensecuritytraining.info/WebIdentity.html Course] in 1.5 hours
< * 2013-03 - Intro to Genetic Algorithms
< * 2013-02 - Web scraping, SEO. cpan:Method::Signatures, cpan:Perly::Tidy::Sweetened, cpan:Web::Scraper, cpan:FFI::Raw
< * 2013-01 - Misc. Topics
< * 2012-12 - "a triptych in fragments of modern perl, no. 3" - Philip Hood - [http://www.angoleiro.com/dcpm/hood.dcpm.20121204.pdf notes]
< * 2012-11 - "a triptych in fragments of modern perl, no. 2" - Philip Hood - [http://www.angoleiro.com/dcpm/hood.dcpm.20121106.pdf notes]
< * 2012-10 - "a triptych in fragments of modern perl, no. 1" - Philip Hood - [http://www.angoleiro.com/dcpm/hood.dcpm.20121002.pdf notes]
< * 2012-09 - Introduction to Github and a touch of git - [[awwaiid]]
< * 2012-08 - Tour of Podcasting Software from Zak Zebrowski
< * 2012-07 - Update on web-based card game ; Basic Moose Hands-On ; YAPC-NA Review & videos
< * 2012-06 - Tweakers Anonymous - [[genehack]] (practice talk for YAPC::NA)
< * 2012-05 - Introduction to cpan:Data::Manager - [[genehack]]
< * 2012-04 - Podcasting Status & Logging with [http://search.cpan.org/~jswartz/Log-Any-0.14/lib/Log/Any.pm Log::Any]
< * 2012-03 - How to publish a perl module to cpan & sounds with perl.
< * 2012-02 - A Case Study in Web Scraping: From Web Forum to Email Gateway - [[awwaiid]]
< * 2012-01 - DC-Balt Perl Workshop, Latest Posts/Links, Exceptions
< ** [http://www.slideshare.net/genehackdotorg/code-fast-die-young-throw-structured-exceptions "Code Fast, die() Young, Throw Structured Exceptions" (Slides)] ([http://dcpmpodcast.dyndns.org/mp3s/5/1325639776.mp3 Audio]) - genehack
< * 2011-12 - Podcasting, Advent calendars
< * 2011-11 - cpan:Plack::Middleware, podcasting status
< * 2011-10 - preview of Pittsburgh Perl Workshop talks, podcasting status
< * 2011-09 - Ajax, podcasting defaults.
< * 2011-08 - Devel::Peak, websockets & mojolicious, podcasting, searching, wiki spam etc.
< * 2011-07 - cpan:Parallel::Iterator, and YAPC-NA highlights
< * 2011-05 - cpan:PDL -- Mike
< * 2011-04
< ** App::WebDeck - web based deck of cards. Uses COMET for server-push
< ** cpan:Coro, cpan:EV, cpan:AnyEvent, cpan:POE, cpan:Reflex, cpan:Continuity, cpan:Web::Scraper, cpan:Template::Semantic, cpan:App::GitGot
< ** Straight OO syntax vs Little Language syntax
< ** [http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/ Git Branching Model] and [https://github.com/nvie/gitflow helper scripts] and fast-forward merges
< * 2011-03 - (social) Dinner with brian d foy
< * 2011-01
< ** Automating Your OCD with cpan:App::MiseEnPlace and cpan:App::GitGot -- John
< ** Using Hudson to make a buildbot (Continuous Integration Testing) -- Brock
< ** Github 404, Command-R, cpan:WWW::HtmlUnit, perl/shell polyglots
< == Mailing List ==
< To subscribe, send an email to [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com] with "subscribe dc" in the body of the message (no subject necessary). You may then send mail to the list by addressing it to [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com].
< To unsubscribe, send an email to [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com] with "unsubscribe dc" in the body of the message (no subject necessary).
< The mailing list only accepts posts from subscribers. If you wish to post but are not willing to subscribe (for instance if you wish to post a job opening, etc.) you should forward your message to one of the contacts listed below and they will post it to the list if appropriate. Also, check out [http://jobs.perl.org/ http://jobs.perl.org] for jobs posting.
< The list is [[Mailing List|not archived]], so we try to update the wiki with the important bits.
< == Contacts ==
< * IRC - join us on #dc.pm on irc.perl.org!
< * Philip Hood - [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com]
< * [[awwaiid|Brock Wilcox]] - firstname.lastname@example.org
< * [[genehack|John SJ Anderson]] - email@example.com
< * Jerry W. - JerryWOne@gmail.com (don't know much Perl, but been going regularly since 2002)
< * [[japharl|Zak Zebrowski]] zak.zebrowskI@gmail.com
< * Joshua Eric Turcotte - firstname.lastname@example.org
< == Thanks ==
< * Panix for hosting the dc.pm mailing list.
< * You, for supporting Perl and other [http://www.opensource.com/ open source] software.
< * Brock for hosting the website.
< * The use of the camel image in association with the Perl language is a trademark of O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. Used with permission.
< * Everyone for showing up to meetings and talking about Perl on the list...
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