DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop 2019 Talk Proposal
The DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop is a 1-day, 2-track conference (Saturday, April 6). The attendees are Perl Programmers and enthusiasts, interested in the latest technology and techniques -- Beginner, Advanced, Bizarre... all of the things!
Example talk topics:
* How regexes work
* Debugging techniques
* Art & Code
* Perl5! Perl6! (Perl...4?)
* Agile project planning
* Porting Perl to my Roomba
* GraphQL ... how does THAT work?!
We will provide projection (HDMI). Bring your own laptop/device, or let us know how we can help you present (adapters, borrow laptop, etc). Definitely let us know of anything else you need in the "Notes/Questions" section below!
You are welcome to submit more than one talk. We will accept submissions until January 31. That will then give us time to share the schedule with attendees!
If your talk is accepted and confirmed by you, we will send you a special invitation link to free registration as a speaker.
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Contact Email Address
Email address for organizers to correspond with you. Will not be made public.
The title of your talk, as it will appear on conference material.
Talk length includes any time for questions. We suggest 25-minute talks -- long enough to give a solid taste on a topic, not so long to bore people.
25 minutes, including any time for questions (organizer preferred)
55 minutes, including any time for questions
Short description / teaser for the talk, will be shown in conference material.
Description for use by talk-selection. What is this talk about, and how is it a good fit for DCBPW?
Your name, as shown on conference material alongside your bio and public contact information.
A brief note about yourself which we can include in conference material.
Speaker Contact Information
Email / twitter / github / website / whatever that you're OK with being put along with your name/bio.
Notes / Questions
Any further notes, questions, or special needs you'd like to send to the organizers.
Send me a copy of my responses.
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