YAPC::Canada::2003 - May 15 and 16

YAPC::Canada - May 15 and 16, 2003

PAYMENT AND REGISTRATION UPDATE - May 12
We need any people wishing to pay at the door to contact help@yapc.ca and supply their name, phone number and address so that we may confirm their attendance.

YAPC::Canada (Yet Another Perl Conference) is a low-cost 1 1/2 day conference with its roots in the Perl Mongers groups. YAPC::Canada features two speaker streams and an optional day of pre-conference training.

Accomodations will are available at Carleton University residences.

Visit the
Ottawa Tulip Festival
while in town

Great for spouses while you're at YAPC::Canada!
Help spread the word! Put up a poster!

Style 1 or Style 2
Call for Papers
(artwork submissions greatly appreciated!)
Location: Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario
Location, parking, and other maps.
Cost: CAD 85.00 (USD 60.00)
Students : CAD 55.00 (USD 38.50)

Register now
N.B. Payment at the door does not guarantee admittance to the conference.
Contact us to arrange payment prior to the conference.

Includes: dinner on Thursday & BBQ on Friday and CD-ROM of documents submitted by speakers;
Vegetarian options are available.
Keynote: "Unlikely companions: The history of Perl on Windows"
Dick Hardt, founder of ActiveState
Schedule: Thursday May 15, 2003 - 9:00pm to noon - Free Tutorials
Thursday May 15, 2003 - 1:00pm to 5:30pm - Keynote and presentations
Friday May 16, 2003 - 9:00am to 5:30pm - presentations and wrap-up
Training: Professional Training
Wednesday May 14, 2003 - 9:00am to 5:00pm - $250 **
Object-Oriented Perl (Hands on)
Given by Peter Scott of PSDT at - 350 Sparks Street, Suite #220
Training is optional; see PSDT for full details.
** YAPC Courtesy discount from usual $375 price
Free tutorials - open to anyone - conference registration not necessary
Location - Tory Building rooms 208 and 210
Thursday May 15, 2003 - 9:00am to 12:00
Session A:
YAPT - Yet Another Perl Tutorial
Mick Villeneuve - For people who have never programmed Perl
Session B:
Introduction to Regular Expressions
Steve Jenkins - For the beginning Perl programmer
Presentations: View the agenda