Raleigh, NC

 

Welcome!

We're the Raleigh branch (pictures) of the "Perl Mongers" organization... That's "Raleigh" as in RTP - the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area of North Carolina (USA). For more information about what Perl Mongers is all about, see their web site at www.pm.org.

 

IRC

If you are IRC savvy, consider joining us over on channel #raleigh.pm on the irc.perl.org server.
A few of us are almost always in the channel even if we're away from our computers. If we don't respond, that's what's up. If you're able to idle there for a while, someone should notice and respond.

Future Meetings

We haven't been having in-person meetings for a while. But until we do, please join us on IRC or our email lists; your technical questions are more than welcome!

If you are interested in organizing in-person meetings again, please join the raleigh-talk list and let us know. (We used to meet on the third Thursday of the month.)

 

How to Join

Anyone is welcome to join... Our members range from complete beginners to fairly experienced Perl people. You're a member as soon as you're on our mailing list (that's how we announce things).

Our "main" mailing list covers announcements, meetings, and various other things of interest. Other than this web site, the "main" list is the only way that meetings are announced, so be sure to subscribe (the volume is usually low). You can subscribe via http://mail.pm.org/mailman/listinfo/raleigh-pm.

We've got a second mailing list set up as a place for members to get help with perl problems before going to comp.lang.perl.misc. You can subscribe via http://mail.pm.org/mailman/listinfo/raleigh-talk.

 

Book Reviews

To check out our book review section, click here.
See Daniel Engel's review of Perl Best Practices [ added October 2005 ]

 

Past Meetings

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2009

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1998

Ancient pm-help threads

perl tip: filtering output, yourself!
perl -w & strict?
urgent question
mktemp

Questions/Comments

If you have questions or comments, feel free to get in touch with Brad Oaks at bradoaks@gmail.com.


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