Friday, June 19, 2009
Watch on Blip.tv: Part 1 | Part 2
If you'd just like the slides, they can be found in PDF format on our Google Groups page, in the "Files" section.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
When: 6:30 PM Wednesday June 17, 2009
4444 Forest Park Parkway
5th floor, room 5206
St. Louis, MO 63108 (Map)
As applications become increasingly data-centric simple ways to access complex information from databases through Perl becomes more important. Tony Brummett will be discussing how to use UR, an object-relational mapping tool developed by Washington University's Genome Center. He will explain everything from first starting a project to designing and building a large database dependent application.
UR was originally designed and developed by Washington University's Genome Center. It is currently used as the workhorse for storing and accessing large quantities of genome data which has helped scientists better understand everything from cancer to songbird communication. It is available from CPAN.
About Tony Brummett:
Tony Brummett is a long time Perl developer. Tony has been working for the Genome Center for 4 1/2 years. During that time he has helped with the storing and analyzing of genetic information. While at the center he also worked as a lead developer on the UR project. Previous to that Tony worked for USRobotics (and then 3Com after the merger) developing automated tests in perl for their products.
Sunday, June 7, 2009
My apologies for getting this out nearly four months after the fact, but I've uploaded video of David Dooling's presentation at the February meeting titled "Curing Cancer with Perl."
The videos are HD encodes so that you are able to read the slides from his talk.