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<humor> Just hope that the lightning talks are not boiled down like the lessons from Monty Python's How To Do It. Imagine a lightning talk like that on 'How to Move Perl to the Enterprise' (pretend that this is from the voice of John Cleese):
Well, first you convince the world that MicroSoft and Sun are silly and are not at all needed then you can tell all the businesses that use their products to start over from scratch and use Python, I mean Perl!
</humor> Seriously, i hope i can make it this year.

jeffa

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In reply to (jeffa) Re: Call For Papers YAPC::Europe::2002 - September 18-20 by jeffa
in thread Call For Papers YAPC::Europe::2002 - September 18-20 by neophyte

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