It's that time again folks! Time to start planning for the DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop. I'm pretty sure we now on year 5, and psyched to see everyone, old and new.
On behalf of myself and all of the workshop organizers, you are cordially invited to submit talks for the 2016 DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop, which will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2016, in Baltimore, MD!
Submit via the Google Form (a new experiment this year).
As in previous years, by default talks are 25 minutes, which we've found is a sweet spot for most topics. We get a great variety -- enough to get a dose of newness and not overwhelm. We also welcome proposals for more tutorial-style talks of around 50 minutes. We'll take the talks and build out a two-track schedule.
Speakers of all levels are welcome! This regional meetup is great for getting your first taste of giving a community talk, sharing projects or topics that you have experience with, or even doing a first run for a talk you'll be presenting at a larger conference! All Perl-related topics are welcome -- from beginner to advanced, from technical to social.
No need to submit talks for the Sunday, April 17 hackathon -- we'll have more info on that code and learning festival in future updates! And of course -- all are welcome to register for the conference -- this year you can register over at Eventbrite.
If you have any questions, email us ([email protected])! We'll even be happy to help you tune your topic.