I just wanted to remind my many, many, many readers (all 3 of you) that I will be offering two tutorials at this year’s Perl Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. Also, last time I posted about this I got the dates of the courses swapped because I am very smart.
You can sign up for these courses at the conference’s Eventbrite ticketing page.
On Thursday, June 20 I’m offering my Introduction to Go course. This course is aimed at folks who know another language (like Perl, for example) but don’t know anything about Go. Go is seeing fairly wide adoption for many purposes these days, including devops tools like Docker and Kubernetes, as well as for CLI tools, servers, and more.
On Friday, June 21 I’ll be offering my Introduction to Moose course. This is likely to be the last time I will offer this course so sign up now. If you want learn more about using Moose this is a great opportunity. I’d also note that most of what I cover applies to Moo, so what you’ll learn is useful in many situations.
Both courses cost $165, which is a great deal in my humble opinion.