Day one of OSCON 2007 here in Portland, Oregon. I managed to haul myself out of bed early enough to grab my morning coffee and make my way down to the convention centre without actually having to jog, something I probably won't manage every day this week. Over the first two days of the conference I'm signed up for the Taming Legacy perl, Understanding Asterisk, Higher-order Perl and Data-mining from Open APIs tutorials and you can follow along with me here, Brad is also blogging although it doesn't sound like he's had his morning coffee yet today...
Update: Peter Scott talking about Taming Legacy Perl.
Update: Brian Capouch talking about Understanding Asterisk.
Update: The Intel Threading Building Blocks launch party.
Update: Mark-Jason Dominus talking about Higher-order Perl.
Update: Toby Segaran talking about Data-mining from Open APIs.
Update: The Wednesday morning keynote address.
Update: Andy Lester talking about Managing Technical Debt.
Update: Lunch in the Expo Hall.
Update: Larry Wall talking about Perl 6.
Update: Patrick Michaud who was also talking about Perl 6.
Update: Lino Ramirez talking about Machine Learning and Perl.
Update: The Thursday morning keynote address.
Update: Eric Wilhelm talking about cross-platform GUIs with wxPerl.
Update: Error handling in Ajax got cancelled.
Update: Mark Pruett talking about Ajax and Web Services.
Update: Quinn Norton talking about Body Hacking.
Update: Any Hoy talking about Prototype and Object.prototype.
Update: Larry Wall and the State of the Onion.
Update: The Friday morning keynote address.
Update: Brian Jepson talking about Hacking the Real World.
Update: Mark Gross talking about Amateur Robotics.
Update: Philip Torrone and Limor Fried and open hardware.