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February 08, 6pm CT ~ Houston Perl Mongers Zoom Meeting πŸ”— 1706205301  

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Title: Using Perl Prototypes

When: Thur February 8th at 6:00-8:00 PM CT (+6 UTC)

Where: (virtual, see below):

perl -e 'print +(0b1000100).((3<<2)*10).(010)."\n"' # 681208

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May 13th, 2021 Meeting πŸ”— 1619998670  

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For May's Meeting we have Brett Estrade presenting:

OpenMP & Perl & perl

A short introduction to OpenMP is presented, along with two new CPAN modules: OpenMP::Environment and Alien::OpenMP. The topic of sequential consistency (and what it means to perl) will also be discussed.

Date and Time: Thur May 13th at 6:00 PM Central Time

April 8th, 2021 πŸ”— 1617545776  

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For April's Meeting we have

George Baugh presenting:

Pairwise: using combinatorics, distributed version control and QA principles to reduce the costs of continuous integration.

Followed by Lightning Talks.

All are welcome to present Lightning Talks on any subject interesting to a software developer.

Date and Time: Thur April 8th at 6:00 PM Central Time

March 11th, 2021 Meeting πŸ”— 1614532294  

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Call for Lightning Talks

We are planning to have a meeting with short 10 minute or so Lightning talks. Come prepared to talk for a few minutes about a project you are working, or are interested in.

Contact Julian Brown if you have a moment before hand so you can be scheduled.

Date and Time: Thur March 11th at 6:00 PM Central Time

February 11th, 2021 meeting πŸ”— 1612187912  

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This month, Mark Gardner will present Better Perl: Subroutine signatures and type validation.

Date and Time: Thur February 11th at 6:00 PM Central Time

January 2021 meeting πŸ”— 1609008431  

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This month, Brett Estrade will present Atomic Operations in Unix (and Perl).

Commands in Unix such as ln and mv can be used as synchronization primitives for managing child processes. Examples will be shown using both bash and perl.

Brett Estrade (ESTRABD on CPAN)

Date and Time: Thur January 14th at 6:00 PM Central Time

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