|Session||Speaker Name||Title||Abstract||URL to Slides|
Historic Session Tuesday 1:40
|101||Chris “Pudge” Nandor||Slash: Taming the Beast (2001)||Talk from YAPC 2001||http://pudge.net/macperl/yapc/2019/yapc_2001_presentation/|
|102||James E Keenan||An Index of Incivility in the Perl Community||This lightning talk was my first presentation at a Perl Conference. Given at YAPC::NA::2001 in Montreal, Canada. Concept and gong by Mark Jason Dominus.|
|103||Abigail||Just another Perl Hacker||Around the turn of the century, JAPHs were popular. I gave multiple presentation of them. This is my favourite.|
|104||Walt Mankowski||A Practical Application of Quantum::Superpositions||(Retro) This is my attempt to recreate my original lightning talk from YAPC::19100. It shows how to use Quantum::Superpositions to win the office football pool.|
|106||R Geoffrey Avery||Conference history as told by name tags and The Gong||I never wear the current YAPC/TPC name tag at the current conference. I have a dozen pairs of old name tags and switch several times a day. We will remember the past with a trip through the tags. And along the way I will share a few stories about The Gong, which even traveled on its own.|
|107||Randal Schwartz||My YA/TPC Story: "Reducing Business Risk Using Perl" from YAPC 1999||Reducing Business Risk Using Perl described both "why Perl" (aimed at managers) and "how to use Perl" (aimed at engineers). The material is very dated now, and even included references to the Bill Clinton scandal.|
|108||Randal Schwartz||My YA/TPC Story: The Perl Zone short skit from YAPC 2004 (Buffalo)||I was unable to attend YAPC 2004 (conflict of schedule), but was at the University at Buffalo a few weeks earlier to provide consulting services. Jim Brandt (then at UatB) proposed that we shoot a little skit. His main idea, and I figured out how to shoot it and do the rough cut edit. Entirely improv, although we had an outline and shot list on the whiteboard across the room.||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaEsgNeZums|
|201||Ruth Holloway||Remodeling a resource||I'm now the owner of Perl 101, a venerable (dated) resource for folks learning Perl. I want to renovate it, and I'll exhort folks to join in that effort.|
|202||Kenta SATO||Perl5 VS JSON||JSON is de facto standard serialization format for IPC in today.|
And JSON's data type is important for almost other languages.
But, It difficult to control data type for JSON from Perl5 code.
What/Why problem is occurred?
How to solve for the problem?
What solution is better?
I'll talk about it.
|203||Josh Rabinowitz||REDUX: Indexing and Retrieving Data with Perl and SWISH-E||SWISH-E is a powerful, fast, and flexible system for building and querying indices. Perl's text handling prowess coupled with SWISH-E's special features and perl API provide a substantial and robust system upon which to build searching systems. This presentation builds on Josh's July 2003 Linux Journal article "How To Index Anything."|
|204||Randal L. Schwartz||What's up with Dart and Flutter||A quick survey in what's new with Dart and Flutter, especially the announcements of Flutter for Web and Desktop, and easier UI building with Dart. I'm a Google Developer Expert for Dart and Flutter, so I've been tracking this very carefully.|
|205||Jason Crome||Come to Charlotte, NC!||Why come to Charlotte? Amazing weather, BBQ, beer, and of course, Charlotte Perl Mongers!|
|206||Chad Granum||Goto::File, a batshit crazy idea!||An overview of Goto::File and the horrible magic it hides.|
|207||John SJ Anderson||Digging in the Dirt||It turns out that landscaping and programmering are more similar than you might think!||http://genehack.org/digging_in_the_dirt.pdf|
|208||Timm Murray||Quilting Perl Together||Maybe Perl can takeover a new niche: quilting|
|209||Steve Scaffidi||Wake Me Up (Because I’m On-Call)||A musical number about being ops|
|300||M. Scott Ford||Engage Docking Clamps||Use Docker to create an isolated Perl development environment|
|301||Karl Williamson||0-255 in any script||New 5.30 feature: subpatterns||http://www.devnull.com|
|302||Brian Kelly||Modern approaches to Ancient Perl||What modern perl approaches do you use that you'd miss if you were running 5.005?|
|303||Cees Hek||To undef or not to undef||Show the differences between $var = undef and undef($var) and how it relates to memory usage|
|304||Andrew Hewus Fresh||Documentation? What goes where and why.||Folks at work liked this bit of knowledge and I didn't fit it into my talk.|
|305||Sterling Hanenkamp||My fiddly hobby of 3D printing||An introduction to 3D printing after starting my year long obsession.|
|310||Will 'the Chill' Braswell||RPerl Quickie||Just A Quick Demo|
|311||Kevin A. McGrail||Apache SpamAssassin News & Funnies||Some updates on SpamAssassin and a story or two from KAM|
|312||Abigail||Testing lexical subs||Having your cake and eating it too|
|314||Sawyer X and Graham Ollis||Out with the XS, in with the FFI - GET ALL THE LIBRARIES||The path to the future involves having the libraries of the future. XS is good for internals, not for libraries.|
|315||Mike Fragassi (frag)||Fountain Pens||A brief intro to the wonderful world of the fountain pen||https://pages.ripco.net/~frag/talks/pens/index.html|
|316||Timm Murray||A Brief History of my Brief History with YAPC||My short but pithy and possibly amusing history with YAPC|
|317||Ingy döt Net||A New Name for Perl||(It's time to rename perl)||http://github.com/ingydotnet/|
|320||Chris Nandor||Through a Terminal Darkly||An original song in Perl.||http://pudge.net/perl/talks/yapc/2019/darkly/|
|321||Steve Scaffidi||Perlanoid||A song about Perl to the tune of Paranoid by Black Sabbath. Because Wendy insisted ♥️|