Do you plan to attend any Perl conferences or events this year?
Well, if you are, here are a few recommendations. First of all we have to go through the two major (yearly) Perl conferences, both formerly known as YAPC (EU and NA)
The EU Perl Conference is in Amsterdam this year and the theme is “High-end Perl”. It will take place from August 9-11th. The venue will be B.Amsterdam, the biggest startup ecosystem in Europe, with over 40.000 square meters of space. The call for presentations is open until June 15th so you still have time to submit your own. So far two keynote speakers have been announced, Larry Wall and Damian Conway.
The US Perl Conference will be held near Washington DC, at the US Patent Office and Trademark Office, in Alexandria, VA. This is a 5 day event, from June 18-23th. The full schedule hasn’t been announced yet, but you can bet that you’ll have some exciting presentations there. You can have a look at all the confirmed talks here. This conference is available to anyone, regardless of experience.
Workshops - European Perl workshops announced so far
On June 3, 2017 in Madrid at Meteologica S.A., Calle de la Costa Brava, 10, 28034.
In Paris, June 9-10th, at Carrefour Numérique in la Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie.
Held in Hamburg, at the Bürgerhaus Wilhelmsburg, on June 26-28. This is the 19th German Perl Workshop.
Two day event, on August 25-26, the Swiss Perl Workshop will be held in Villars-sur-Ollon. This will be the fourth edition of the workshop.
Only the date and location has been announced so far, it will be held at the University of Westminster Cavendish on November 25th.
Going far, far away we can find another Perl event in Japan. YAPC::Fukuoka is a conference aimed at the Perl community in Japan, held on July 1st in Fukuoka. Guest speakers and talks haven’t been announced yet, but check out their website to stay up to date.
Barcelona may have a Workshop in the fall, keeping in line with last year’s event and there also might be a Perl Dancer conference in Sydney.
If you know of any other Perl events going on in 2017 let us know so we can add them on the list.Tweet