by Eric Wilhelm
How does programming change and what will it be like in 25 years when you take your flying car to the office? Do the past 25 years of Perl give us enough perspective to see 25 years into the future? We'll look at recent progress, new features, and see how you can use a deeper knowledge of the inner workings to revolutionize your approach solving problems today.
by Tim Bunce
Why is my process using that much memory? Is there a memory leak, and if so where is it? In this talk I'll show you how to find answers to these questions and more.
by Mark Allen
For many Perl programmers, using git is a bit of a black box. This talk hopes to bring some clarity around the rather unintuitive interface of the git distributed version control system.
The talk is geared for git beginners, primarily, although some of the content may be interesting to people who are comfortable with the basic git workflow of "add, commit, push."
Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of Perl?
The Damian knows!
16th–20th July 2012