[OxLUG Announce] CompSoc talk on DBIx::Class and Catalyst

Andrew Godwin president at ox.compsoc.net
Wed May 16 15:37:30 BST 2007

It is possible that some OxLUG people will be interested in this
week's wonderful CompSoc talk. You're all more than welcome, and it's free.

DBIx::Class and Catalyst

 Wednesday, 16th May
 Denis Sciama Lecture Theatre,
 Denys Wilkinson Building, Keble Rd. [0]

Matt Trout will come and give us a run-down of tips, tricks and
available modules that serve to make Catalyst [1] internationalisable,
localisable, capable of dealing with a wide variety of domain models and
templating systems.

Topics covered include:
 - URI mapping flexibility
 - Supported environments
 - Models
 - Views
 - Authentication stores
 - UTF8 and internationalisation
 - Javascript
 - Mad plugin foo (laundry list)

There will be someone outside the DWB to let you into the talk; if you
have never been before, it's up the large concrete steps at the end of
Keble Road, and round the corner.

For those who can't be bothered to use links, Catalyst is
a web development framework, implementing such acronyms as MVC and ORM,
and is written in Perl. Come along to see shiny examples demonstrating
just how nice web application development has become.

[0]: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=OX13RH
[1]: http://www.catalystframework.org


Andrew Godwin, President, Oxford Computer Society
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