AmsterdamX is a Perl Mongers group of English-speaking Perl developers in Amsterdam. We meet to have talks and/or social time every so often, usually monthly.
Meetings and Events
All meetings organized by AmsterdamX.pm are completely 100% free-of-charge, and everyone is invited. Anyone can give talks on almost any subject, while Perl-related subjects are obviously more recommended. :) Meetings are usually held at Booking.com, 1017CE, Herengracht 597.
If you feel like giving a talk, contact the AmsterdamX Perl Mongers mailing list, or contact Sawyer X directly.
The meetings are suitable for beginners, intermediates, and advanced!
Next Scheduled Event
- 27th, July Monday.
- 18.30–20.30 (approximately)
- Booking.com, 1017CE, Herengracht 597 (Google Map), Monaco Room, 1st floor.
- Please fill in this form if you're arriving.
Eli Abramovitch :: Breathing life into perl with an Intellij Plugin
We all love perl and it's been long overdue to have a decent IDE to support it.
In order to make our coding life more easier and attract more new developers - we created Perl Intellij Plugin.
In this talk I will demonstrate the plugin benefits and how it contributes to the daily life of a Perl hacker.
Mathias Rørbo Jessen :: PowerShell - Next-level Automation in Windows-land
Since late 2006, a new scripting language has come to dominate the way IT Pros manage Windows-centric environments. What is PowerShell, where did it come from, does it bring anything new to the table and what's up with the weird mix of C# and Perl-like syntax? This talk will try to answer some of those question!
Maxim Vuets :: Processing toki pona with Perl
Toki pona is a constructed language, it strives for making the world simple. Perl is a programming language, it's known to be good at text processing (mangling? cruching?). They both are good, TIMTOWTDI, fun and intensively rely on context.
In this talk I want to take Perl to the next level and demonstrate how it can be applied for language processing (mangling? crunching?) using toki pona as an example. We will take a look at parsing free-form text with a help of Marpa and writting a rubbish generator with the help of Markov chains.