December 3, 2006 - A trio of Perl calendars

December brings three different online calendars for the Perl community.

First, the traditional Perl Advent Calendar informs you about a snazzy module every day until the 25th, with requisite RSS feed for those of you practicing one of the three virtues this holiday season.

Next, for Catalyst users, or those who'd like to start, the Catalyst Advent Calendar brings a daily tip for those interested in this increasingly popular framework.

Finally, brian d foy has created a Perl Community calendar on Google Calendar. Follow it via XML, iCal, and HTML.


You can find this calendar also here: http://www.markthisdate.com/calendar/details.html?calendar=917 and it is downloadable to Outlook, Pdf and all other majar callendar apps.

Cheers,

Rutger

contributed by Rutger on December 4, 2006 11:06 AM

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  • December brings three different online calendars for the Perl community.

    First, the traditional Perl Advent Calendar informs you about a snazzy module every day until the 25th, with requisite RSS feed for those of you practicing one of the three virtues this holiday season.

    Next, for Catalyst users, or those who'd like to start, the Catalyst Advent Calendar brings a daily tip for those interested in this increasingly popular framework.

    Finally, brian d foy has created a Perl Community calendar on Google Calendar. Follow it via XML, iCal, and HTML.


    You can find this calendar also here: http://www.markthisdate.com/calendar/details.html?calendar=917 and it is downloadable to Outlook, Pdf and all other majar callendar apps.

    Cheers,

    Rutger

    contributed by Rutger on December 4, 2006 11:06 AM

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