[Israel.pm] [TelFOSS] Last Day Reminder for Moose [was Re: [TelFOSS] Next Meeting: "Moose, the Perl OOP System, for Beginners" on 17-Jan-2010]
shlomif at iglu.org.il
Sat Jan 16 13:02:25 PST 2010
This is a last day reminder for Moose tomorrow. More information can be found
in the quoted message.
On Monday 11 Jan 2010 14:31:36 Shlomi Fish wrote:
> Hi all!
> The Tel Aviv Open Source Club will host a talk by Yaron Meiry ("Sawyer" -
> http://blogs.perl.org/users/sawyer_x/ ) about "Moose, the Perl Object
> Oriented Programming System, for Beginners" - on Sunday 17-January-2010
> (slightly over two weeks from now).
> The meeting will take place at Tel Aviv University, at Holcblat Hall (No.
> 007) on the corridor of the Exact Sciences Buildings, on 18:00 (note the
> change of time and place from last year). More information, travelling,
> maps, rides, etc. can be found at:
> * http://www.cs.tau.ac.il/telux/
> * http://wiki.osdc.org.il/index.php/Tel_Aviv_Meeting_on_17_January_2010
> With any other problems, feel free to contact me:
> Moose is a post-modern (see "Perl, the first post-modern computer language"
> here - http://www.wall.org/~larry/pm.html) Object-Oriented Programming
> system for Perl 5. It was written since its originator (Stevan Little) was
> jealous of the capabilities that Perl 6 provided in regards to OOP, and so
> instead of switching to Ruby, he worked on developing a similar system for
> Perl 5. Moose drew inspiration from the Object Oriented Programming
> capabilities of many languages such as Perl 6, Smalltalk, Common Lisp
> (CLOS), Ruby, Java, OCaml and other languages, while remaining faithful to
> its Perl 5 roots.
> This presentation aims to introduce Moose for beginners.
> Prepare for total Moosification!
> We are always looking for presentations on interesting topics. If you have
> an interesting idea for a talk, feel free to contact us and we'll
> co-ordinate a date.
> Shlomi Fish
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