May 18, 2002, 9:10 AM
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Boston Perl Classes with Damian Conway, Peter Scott and Dan Sugalski
I am announcing the 2002 Boston Perl Classes. This year [url=http://stemsystems.com/class/bio.html#conway]Damian Conway will be teaching three different one day classes. And we have added two other high caliber teachers, [url=http://stemsystems.com/class/bio.html#scott]Peter Scott, co-author of [url=http://cseng.aw.com/book/0,,0201700549,00.html]Perl Debugged The above announcement was submitted by Uri Guttman, coordinator of this extraordinary teaching event; co-author of the [url=http://www.sysarch.com/perl/sort_paper.html]award winning paper on sorting (who hasn't heard of the Guttman-Rosler Transform?); developer of [url=http://stemsystems.com]Stem; and all-around nice guy.
and [url=http://stemsystems.com/class/bio.html#sugalski]Dan Sugalski, who is the [url=http://info.astrian.net/jargon/terms/p/pumpking.html] pumpking of the [url=http://www.parrotcode.org/]Parrot project.
The classes are on Mon.-Wed. July 1-3. Tuition is $499 per class and $1399 for any 3. Each class is from 9-5 and includes a continental breakfast and buffet lunch.
The classes will be held at the Cambridge Marriott. The group rate for rooms is only $99 so take a class and stay for the Boston Pops Concert and fireworks on the 4th, a very short walk from the hotel.
For more information and to register for classes, go to: [url=http://stemsystems.com/class/]http://stemsystems.com/class/.
If you haven't ever had the chance to be in one of Damian's classes, this is a great opportunity. With small class sizes (limited to 30), [url=http://stemsystems.com/class/bio.html]amazing instructors, and [url=http://stemsystems.com/class/location.html]lots of things to do in town, it's a great time to head to Boston.
(This post was edited by Jasmine on May 19, 2002, 2:31 PM)