Yet Another Perl Conference 2004
June 27-29, 2005

89 Chestnut Street University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
YAPC Call for Participation

Call for Papers (from speakers and presenters)

Getting There
On Campus

Getting to Toronto

Sponsor Info
Our Sponsors
Sponsorship Details

About YAPC
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Other YAPC
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Yet Another Perl Conference, North America, 2005

Toronto, Canada


The people, companies, and other organizations that contribute to The Perl Foundation's YAPC::NA conference keep everything going. We can't thank the following sponsors enough for their contributions. They have contributed money, materials, facilities, tutorials, and other resources to make YAPC possible. Consider supporting them in return.

And to our sponsors, a big "Thank You!"

Major Sponsors

IBM Toronto Software Lab is Canada's largest software development facility.

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Linux Professional Institute provides Professional Certification for the Linux Community.

Sustaining Sponsors

O'Reilly Media is the premier information source for leading-edge computer technologies.
Onsight offers on-site training and open-source solutions.
With such renowned brands as Pearson Prentice Hall, Pearson Longman, Pearson Scott Foresman, Pearson Addison Wesley, Pearson NCS, and many others, Pearson Education provides quality content, assessment tools, and educational services in all available media.
Eventix provides the online call-for-papers registration system for YAPC::NA::2005.
Stonehenge Consulting provides training by Perl luminaries Randal L. Schwartz, Tom Phoenix, brian d foy, and Tad McClellan.
IndigoSTAR Software provides Perl tools for Windows and Unix, including perl2exe and IndigoPerl.
Sxip Identity provides identity management solutions that leverage the Sxip Network. Sxip empowers individuals to create and manage their online digital identities and enables enterprises to instantly provision and manage their users.
Openflows Networks Ltd. is a professional services firm that specializes in helping organizations understand and employ open source software in their day-to-day operations.
Manning Publications publishes computer books for professionals--programmers, system administrators, designers, architects, managers and others.
Apress is a publishing company devoted to meeting the needs of programming professionals.
Transgaming Technologies has created the dominant software portability technology that allows game developers to build games for a single system, then migrate them to other platforms.

Please Contribute!

You or your company can choose to sponsor YAPC and the The Perl Foundation by visiting the Sponsorship Details page on this site. Contributions are tax deductible in the United States, as The Perl Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation.

Last modified on June 24, 2005 by Daniel Allen
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