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::Call for Talk Proposals!!

Proposals usually cover a wide range of topics like regular expressions, hashes and arrays, unicode, making forms pretty, all about my favorite JavaScript library, managing a group of mongers, parsing logs, my favorite template engine, getting started with OO programming, OO Programming with Module::Name and more.

This workshop is what we call perlyglot, given our beloved roots in perl, but affection for other languages and related technologies as well. Don't immediate discount a presentation idea simply because it may not be based on perl!

All level talks are welcome, beginner to advanced. You don't need to have a finalized presentation ready when you submit a talk proposal - just fill out the form with your topic and summary!

Deadline is January 6, 2020!!

Submit Your Talk Here

::Overview

The DC-Baltimore Perlyglot Workshop 2020 is a two-day technical conference in Baltimore, MD, which will be held on Saturday, April 18th and Sunday, April 19th. Saturday will feature two concurrent sessions of talks by volunteers, covering Perl and related technologies. Sunday will be an open code hacking day for learning, exploration, and collaboration for attendees to dig into everything tech has to offer.

::Registration

Registration is $50, which goes 100% into the conference expenses (mainly the venue). Free admission is available for speakers, students, and the currently unemployed. We REALLY WANT you to come to this workshop, so just let us know if you need any special accommodations — registration fee or otherwise!

The DC and Baltimore Perl Mongers are committed to creating a welcoming and harassment-free environment, and all attendees and speakers must agree and adhere to our standards of conduct. Please click on the button below to read our policy.

Register Now via Eventbrite DCBPW 2020 Standards of Conduct

::Venue @ Johns Hopkins University*

Charles Commons
10 E. 33rd St
Baltimore, MD 21218

::Sponsors

If you would like to help sponsor this workshop:

The DC-Baltimore Perlyglot Workshop is made possible by support from local business contributions and The Perl Foundation (TPF). Please take this opportunity to become a sponsor of the DCBPW-2020 event! If you aren't comfortable asking your company to make a donation but think we could be a good team, we'll do the asking! Send your sponsorship interest and potential sponsor contact information to dcbpw-organizers@googlegroups.com. Sponsorship is made in the form of a tax-deductible donation to The Perl Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

2020 Prospectus

::News

2019-12-03 Call for Presentations

The Call for Presentations is open for DCBPW! Be it your first talk or one of many, DCBPW is a great place to present! We are eager to hear your ideas on not just Perl and Raku but all programming topics! Submit your idea today!

~ Dawn Wallis   @DSWallis

2019-09-20 Save the date!

*Drum roll, please* ... We have selected The Johns Hopkins University* in Baltimore, Maryland as our 2020 workshop venue.

Save the date! The DC-Baltimore Perlyglot Workshop will be held on Saturday, April 18, 2020 and an open code hacking day will follow on Sunday, April 19, 2020.

~ Dawn Wallis   @DSWallis

2019-07-22 The 2020 DCBPW is happening!

Hello again! This is just a quick notice that, yes, we're on target for a 2020 DCBPW in early april in the Baltimore area. At just an early stage, we have not yet absolutely decided on the venue, and we'll do that before we start recommending and/or making arrangements with the nearest hotels. Still, we wanted to let you know. Check back here for updates.

~ J.E. Turcotte   @je_turcotte

::Contact

We'd love to hear from you! Email us at
dcbpw-organizers@googlegroups.com