On 11 September, 2007, the Israeli Perl Mongers held their regular monthly meeting. The program:
- 18:30-20:00 - Yuval Kogman - Object Meta Programming
Location: F5 Networks' offices at Ramat HaXayal in 24 HaBarzel St., Tel Aviv
- Eden Unicorn
- Pinkhas Nisanov
- Thomas Maier
- Pavel Dolinin
- Zohar Kelrich
- Ran Eilam
- Uri Bruck
- Zohar Snir
- Boris Sukhalitko
- Shlomi Fish
- Yuval Yaari
- Yuval Kogman
- Micha Nasriachi
- Shmuel Fomberg
This time I arrived to the location by using a taxi-cab, because my usual ride had a short Milu'im that fell on the meeting date. I met other people there, and we spent some time waiting for Yuval Kogman (who gave the presentations) to come as he was sick and had to take a cab. But he did arrive at the end.
Then the logisitics started: Yuval forgot a DVI-to-VGA adaptor so he could not connect his Mac laptop to the screen. And Zohar (Kelrich) did not have one either. We also could not find a laptop, so we brought a desktop computer, connected it to the power, the screen and the Internet, and used it to browse the presentations from the Internet. This worked.
Yuval gave two presentations: one about Moose, and one about Object Meta-Programming. The Moose one was interesting and we also understood part of the Object Meta-Programming one. However, then Yuval started talking about "MO" and most of us only vaguely understood what he said.
This review was written by Shlomi Fish.