[Israel.pm] Fwd: [Haifux] [HAIFUX LECTURE] Modern Web Development in Perl by Gabor Szabo

Gabor Szabo gabor at szabgab.com
Sat Apr 21 13:42:24 PDT 2012

In case you are in or near Haifa, this might interest you.

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From: Eli Billauer <eli at billauer.co.il>
Date: Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 7:45 PM
Subject: [Haifux] [HAIFUX LECTURE] Modern Web Development in Perl by Gabor Szabo
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On Monday, April 23rd at 18:30, Haifux will gather to hear a talk by
Gabor Szabo:

   Modern Web Development in Perl


Back in the early years of the dynamic web, Perl was the de-facto
choice of language. It was so ubique that people associated it with
CGI. For that, even today, Perl suffers from a bad image. Even though,
under the visible surface, there are strong powers leading to a much
better future.

In the last couple of years a new bread of frameworks appeared in the
Perl world. They are all based on the PSGI standard that rhymes to
WSGI and Rack. In this presentation we will see a couple of examples
for writing PSGI ( http://plackperl.org/ ) and Dancer (
http://perldancer.org/ ) based applications.

About the speaker: Gabor Szabo is a long time Perl developer and
trainer. He has been using Perl since 1995 and teaching it since 2000.
He is runs his blog at http://szabgab.com/ and publishes a weekly
newsletter with Perl related news called Perl Weekly:
http://perlweekly.com/ .


We meet in Taub building, room 3. For instructions see:

Attendance is free, and you are all invited!

Future lectures:

May 7, 2012    Uri Barkan - Scientific Python
May 14, 2012   Dotan Barak (Mellanox) - RDMA verbs


We are always interested in hearing your talks and ideas. If you wish
to give a talk, hold a discussion, or just plan some event haifux
might be interested in, please contact us at webmaster at haifux.org

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