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Dallas and Fort Worth, TX Perl Mongers
Dallas and Fort Worth, TX Perl Mongers

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FYI - Important Organizational Announcement from DFW.pm Leadership

Please direct replies and inquiries to the email address in the announcement.
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Hello friends,

We're sorry.

For many months we've leveraged google's hangouts on air to livestream our meetings. Last night that changed, which caused problems. Google has phased out the service. Instead, the option they give you now is to use "youtube live". It's similar to what we've done in the past, but they have not worked out all the bugs yet.

During the presentation, the livestream crashed twice and in addition to that, no audio was ever layered over the video, leaving remote viewers wondering what was going on.

As time allows, I'll re-record the presentation and send out a link for everyone to view. I offer my sincere apologies for the technical glitches, and am working to ensure that they don't happen again next time.

Yours Perly, Tommy Butler, DFW.pm
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Tomorrow night (11/14/2016) the DFW Perl Mongers will be livestreaming our monthly meeting on youtube, with an introductory presentation on how to deploy Perl applications and microservices on Red Hat OpenShift (DevOps with Docker at cloud scale).

PRESENTATION: A Gentle Introduction to Perl on OpenShift

LIVESTREAM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-g-ACui1Geo

TIME AND PLACE

Time: 7 pm to 9 pm US Central
Location: Dallas Makerspace
1825 Monetary Ln, Suite 104, Carrollton, TX 75006
Phone: (214) 699-6537

ONLINE PARTICIPATION

If you plan to attend online interactively with us, please install the hangouts app/plugin from google.com/hangouts and send your google ID in advance to dfw.perlmongers [at] gmail.com and we'll add you to the online classroom.
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Here's the link to tonight's online hangout - beginning at 7 PM US Central
This talk will be about dataflow, a way to organize and architect your software which has many advantages. It is an expanded version of the lightning talk I gave in June at The Perl Conference in Orlando. The speaker is Uri Guttman, a Perl and dataflow expert who is very active in the Perl community. He is the author of File::Slurp, Template::Simple and several other CPAN modules. Uri resides in the Boston area and is looking for Perl work.
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This talk will be about dataflow, a way to organize and architect your software which has many advantages. It is an expanded version of the lightning talk I gave in June at The Perl Conference in Orlando. The speaker is Uri Guttman, a Perl and dataflow expert who is very active in the Perl community. He is the author of File::Slurp, Template::Simple and several other CPAN modules. Uri resides in the Boston area and is looking for Perl work.
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Dataflow for fun (and profit!) with Uri Guttman

TONIGHT we'll be holding our monthly meeting at the usual time and place, with a special guest presenter. Uri Guttman will be talking to us live via google hangouts, to share a specially-prepared talk on Dataflow.

PRESENTATION: Dataflow for fun (and profit!)

A talk for Dallas/Ft. Worth Perl Mongers (shared on google hangouts and streamed on youtube)

This talk will be about dataflow, a way to organize and architect your software which has many advantages. It is an expanded version of the lightning talk I gave in June at The Perl Conference in Orlando. The speaker is Uri Guttman, a Perl and dataflow expert who is very active in the Perl community. He is the author of File::Slurp, Template::Simple and several other CPAN modules. Uri resides in the Boston area and is looking for Perl work.

Prior to the meeting, a link to the livestream will be provided here on the mailing list. Bring a laptop and a friend!

TIME AND PLACE
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Location: Dallas Makerspace
1825 Monetary Ln, Suite 104, Carrollton, TX 75006
Phone: (214) 699-6537

ONLINE PARTICIPATION
If you plan to attend online, please install the hangouts app/plugin from google.com/hangouts — This will allow you to view the live video stream, but if you'd like to participate interactively, please send your google ID in advance to dfw.perlmongers@gmail.com and we'll add you to the online classroom.
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Dataflow for fun (and profit!) with Uri Guttman

TONIGHT (August 8th, 2016) we'll be holding our monthly meeting at the usual time and place, with a special guest presenter. Uri Guttman will be talking to us live via google hangouts, to share a specially-prepared talk on Dataflow.

When the meeting starts, you can view the live stream here: https://plus.google.com/events/cmrrt1rdg0oo11tqnm5r7a7i9io

This presentation will be about dataflow, a way to organize and architect your software which has many advantages. It is an expanded version of the lightning talk I gave in June at The Perl Conference in Orlando. The speaker is Uri Guttman, a Perl and dataflow expert who is very active in the Perl community. He is the author of File::Slurp, Template::Simple and several other CPAN modules. Uri resides in the Boston area and is looking for Perl work.

TIME AND PLACE
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Location: ONLINE or visit us @ The Dallas Makerspace
1825 Monetary Ln, Suite 104, Carrollton, TX 75006
Phone: (214) 699-6537

INTERACTIVE PARTICIPATION
If you'd like to participate interactively in the live discussion, please install the google hangouts app/plugin and send your google ID in advance to (dfw.perlmongers at gmail)

You can download google hangouts from google.com/hangouts
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Depending on attendance tonight, we may not go with an online meeting, and we may even change topics. If we do an online meeting, I'll follow up with a hangouts link in the next short while.
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Kicking the tires on the new hackathon server. Having fun with 32 (logical) XEON E5's and 64 GB of RAM, although I'm wondering if I shouldn't go ahead and get 64 GB more. What do you think? :D
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