[Israel.pm] israel.pm meeting for September 2007

Shlomi Fish shlomif at iglu.org.il
Sat Jul 28 01:14:57 PDT 2007

Hi Shlomo!

On Monday 23 July 2007, Yona Shlomo wrote:
> Hello,
> We have a schedule for August's meeting, see:
> http://perl.org.il/pipermail/perl/2007-July/008858.html
> We also have a schedule for September's meeting:

One thing you did not mention is the exact date of this meeting. Is it final, 
yet? Without it, I cannot add it to the meetings' page.


	Shlomi Fish

> Yuval Kogman (nothingmuch) will give a talk about
>  	"Object Meta Programming"
> (he's also talking about this on YAPC, see:
> http://vienna.yapceurope.org/ye2007/talk/662)
> Abstract:
> Object meta programming is a hot topic nowadays, with Perl
> 6's feature set materializing and Moose gaining acceptance.
> Meta programming, especially unstructured, is prevalent in
> most projects. Things such as object persistence, dynamic
> code, and establishing a common base class typically involve
> a degree of meta programming. This talk will try to get you
> thinking of such problems from a meta object perspective.
> This talk is both a Moose introduction and a general
> discussion of meta programming. It will help you make better
> use of Moose's full strength as a meta object protocol
> rather than just a cute class generation syntax.  However,
> the focus is on the general approach as opposed to the
> details of Moose, making it useful regardless of whether you
> use Moose, another toolkit, or even another language.
> Duration: 60 minutes.
> We expect to start sometime between 18:30 and 19:00.
> There's an available slot of another talk -- so please let
> me know if you want to give a talk in September.
> Location: F5 Networks offices in Tel-Aviv: HaBarzel 24b,
> entrance floor (follow the signs with the F5 logo on them).
> * I'd appreciate help from other mongers to syndicate the
> announcement on other lists/blogs/news/sites


Shlomi Fish      shlomif at iglu.org.il
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