In conjunction with FlossUK we will be offering two public Perl courses in London. The courses will take place in November and will be held at the Ambassadors Hotel in central London.
We will be running the following courses:
Prices will be:
- £399 inc. vat – Individual / Academic members of FlossUK
- £525 inc. vat – Corporate members FlossUK
- £720 inc. vat – Non-members
There’s an early bird booking discount, but I’m not sure whether or not those prices include the discount.
Full details are on the FlossUK web site. You’ll be able to book through them soon as well.
In conjunction with O’Reilly and FLOSS UK Magnum will be running a series of public Perl training courses in February 2012. There will be two two-day courses. Intermediate Perl will be on 21/22 February and Advanced Perl will be on buy cialis online 23/24 February.
For more details see our public training page.
The 2011 London Perl Workshop will be on Saturday 12th November. As in most recent year’s Magnum will be sponsoring the event and Dave Cross will cheap cialis online be running a training session. This year’s course is called “Modern Core Perl“. It will be 90 minutes long and will start at 09:30. Entrance to the course (and, indeed, the whole conference) is free.
This year’s YAPC Europe in in Riga, Latvia. As in the previous few years, Dave Cross will be running a training course alongside the buy cialis conference. This years course is called Introducing Modern Perl and it will be on Sunday 14th August (the day before the the conference).It’s a full day course and it costs 180€. You can book on the conference web site.
In conjuction buy cialis online with the UKUUG and O’Reilly Media, Magnum Solutions will be running some public Perl training courses in February 2011. There will be two two-day courses. Intermediate Perl will run on February 15-16th and Advanced Perl will run on February 17-18th. Both courses will be at the Royal National Hotel on Bedford Way in central London.
Each course is £500 per attendee. There are discounts for UKUUG members and multiple attendees from the same organisation.
For more details of these courses, see our public training page and to book a place, see the UKUUG web site.
Note: If you came to this page through the link in Perl Weekly issue #16, then you probably really want the page about the 2012 training courses.
This year’s YAPC::Europe conference is being held in Pisa and, as in the previous couple of years, Magnum’s owner Dave Cross will be presenting a training coursein conjunction with the conference.
This will be a new course entitled “Introducing Modern Perl”. It’s buy viagra online a one-day course covering a number of the big new projects that have changed the way that Perl is used in many places. This includes the Template Toolkit, DBIx::Class, Moose, Catalyst and Plack. The course will be running on Monday 2nd August and the conference itself runs from the 4th to 6th.
The course costs €180 and you’ll be able to register through the conference web site very soon.
We’ve just confirmed the dates of our first set of public training courses for 2010. We will be running three days of Perl training from the 13th to the 15th April. There will be three one-day courses – Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Perl. The courses will, once again, be held in the buy cheap cialis online Imperial Hotel in Russell Square, London.
As always, you can get more information on our forthcoming courses from our public training page.
It’s a cheap viagra little later than intended, but we’ve finally got the slides from last month’s Perl training courses uploaded to the web site. You can find them here.
A quick reminder that there are still some places left on my public training courses taking place in
London next month.
- 24th Nov – Beginners Perl
- 25th Nov – Intermediate Perl
- 26th Nov – Advanced Perl
All courses take place at the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, London WC1B 5BB.
Further details are available online or you can leap straight to the booking page.
Update: I’ve just heard from the organisers that the Intermediate course is almost full and that places are also going quickly on the other two days. So I recommend getting in soon.
Last Thursday, Dave Cross gave two talks to the Milton Keynes Perl Mongers. The slides from these talks
are now available on Slideshare.
- Maintaining CPAN Modules – a talk above the tools that Dave uses to maintain his CPAN modules
- Perl Training – Experiences, anecdotes and vague conclusions drawn from Dave’s eight years of running Perl training courses