Do you live in Prague
? Do you like beer
? Would you like to meet up with other Perl programmers?
If you answer "yes" to all these questions (or even just the on about Prague!) then you might like to join the Prague Perl Mongers.
Unfortunately there are very few members at the moment, which is why I'm posting this. I'm not Czech myself, but give me a beer or six and I can speak fluently in any language, so if you want to meet up, join the list and introduce yourself. :-)
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