This is the home page for the Purdue University chapter of Perl Mongers, which has been active since 2006. Since 2015, we've co-organized as the Perl SIG of Hack Lafayette. We meet monthly, with presentations primarily but not exclusively about Perl.
Membership in our Perl Users Group is free and open to anyone. People at all levels of programmming experience are welcome and encouraged to attend.
We have meetings once a month on the second Wednesday of the month, usually involving a presentation
dealing with technical
When United States government agencies considers new rules to change the way they work, a multi-step process is kicked off to investigate whether the rule is needed, the impact of the rule, and solicit feedback from the public. While the documents describing the rules themselves are made available online at https://www.federalregister.gov/, the public comments are stored and made available through the https://www.regulations.gov website. Join us as we explore the information made available through the https://www.regulations.gov website, and introduce docketsync, a set of homegrown tools in R and Python for retrieving a potential rule's public comments.
5:30 PM in Engineering Computer Network - EE 270/280
After hours chat about nerdy open source stuff. Like coffee and chat, but with beer and food. PLEASE RSVP SO WE KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE COMING (even if it's last-minute!)
7:30 PM in Lafayette Brewing Co