In June, a delegation from Summersault attended the YAPC::NA Perl Conference in Columbus, Ohio for a few days. My second YAPC conference, it was an interesting experience full of inside jokes, engaging discussions, more inside jokes, and good food.
I was only scheduled to give one presentation ("How to talk, or not talk, to your clients about Perl") but after hearing some of the opening remarks at the conference that spent too much time and energy, IMHO, declaring that "Perl is not dead!" I signed up to give a new talk about possibilities for re-framing that sentiment.
You can view a video of the talk, or you can view my slides [PDF].
I’m a journalist, publisher, software developer and entrepreneur with experience as a founder and organizational leader. Work with me or learn more about me.
Did you enjoy this? Subscribe to new posts, or follow me on Mastodon @ChrisHardie.
3 thoughts on “My YAPC::NA talk on framing and Perl”
I think there's still time for you to be a preacher. My favorite frame: The Game.
I am not an elephant!!!