[Israel.pm] Tel Aviv Perl Mongers - November Meeting Announcement
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Thu Nov 22 05:15:09 PST 2012
I've updated the website of TelAviv.pm (at http://telaviv.pm.org).
Special thanks to Shlomi Fish for helping, as always. :)
On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 8:44 PM, Uri Hartmann <urihart at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everybody!
> The next Tel Aviv Perl Mongers meeting will be held on Wednesday - November
> 29th, same location as last month - Shenkar College in Ramat Gan - Ana
> Frank 12, Room 2103 (Mitchell Building).
> We will gather at 18:30 and the talks will start at 19:00.
> One can find more details on the web-site of the Tel Aviv Perl
> mongers, and on the homepage of Perl in Israel.
> The agenda this month includes:
> Ido Kanner - binding shared libraries with Perl:
> Overview of what shared libraries are, and how to bind their
> functions to Perl.
> Ynon Perek - Real Time Web with Pocket::IO:
> The Internet is changing direction. More and more web-sites want to
> notify their visitors in real
> time about changes that happen on the server (for instance, a
> different visitor uploaded a photo).
> A library called Socket IO unifies all the various ways to send
> messages from the server to the
> computers of the visitors and allows the programmer to write an
> Internet application that gets updated
> in real time. vti implemented the library in Perl as Pocket::IO.
> In this talk, I will present the ideas behind Real Time Web,
> including code excerpts in Perl which
> use the library in order to create interactive sites.
> Sawyer X - Regular Expressions Demystified:
> Do you use Regular Expressions? No? Would you like to? Do you find
> them complicated or confusing?
> Let's try to fix that. A beginner's talk for introducing simple,
> smart, easy-to-understand Regular
> Attending the meeting is free-of-charge, and everyone are welcome to
> attend. See you there!
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