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It is a long drive, but Sonoma.pm is active.

We meet on the last Tuesday of every month at about 7PM.

We talk about a lot of different things, and Perl often comes up. Sometimes people bring code to show off or questions. We have no agenda and seem to agree that we enjoy being somewhat disorganized, although we've never taken a vote on it. Other popular topics are electrical engineering, wood, guitars, knitting, computer-language-of-the-month, speculative theories, and babies. There are typically 6 to 15 attendees in a small room. You are allowed to bring a laptop and/or a 6-pack. Networking and a projector are often available.

It should work perfectly the first time! - toma

In reply to Re: Silicon Valley Perl Mongers by toma
in thread Silicon Valley Perl Mongers by rjray

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