Nordic Perl Workshop 2011

May 10, 2011 at 12:19 am Leave a comment

The Nordic Perl Workshop is an annual event that the Nordic countries take turns hosting. This year’s workshop will take place in Malmö, Sweden. The companies Edument and Informator have graciously agreed to sponsor the event.

Perl is a modern scripting language with a vibrant developer community, active core developers, and just massive amounts of modules. Perl source code drives companies, web pages, IRC bots, and parts of the Internet infrastructure. However, much has happened since the first release of Perl in 1987; as a way to celebrate that, the theme of the workshop this year is “Perl in 2011”.

Edument is a newly started company in the Skåne region in southern Sweden, providing consultancy, education, and development mentorship. Informator is a well-established provider of education in the Nordic countries. Their joint sponsoring of the event means that the attendees will have a lovely venue close to the station, with a nice view of the Malmö harbour area.

The event is arranged by Jonathan Worthington and Carl Mäsak, both of them Edument employees who also happen to be core developers in the Perl 6 community.

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