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What is the QA Hackathon?

A coding workshop for people involved in Quality Assurance, testing, packaging, CPAN, and other related projects. Though not necessarily exclusive to Perl projects, many of the attendees will be planning to work on projects with a direct benefit to the Perl language.

The Birmingham QA Hackathon is a follow up to the 2008 QA Hackathon held in Oslo, which was a great success by the Perl and Open Source communities, as well as the attendees.

When and where is it happening?

The hackathon will be a 3-day event, taking place from Saturday March 28th to Monday March 30th 2009, in Birmingham (UK).

The venue will be The City Inn, in Birmingham city centre, and will be within easy reach of accommodation and transport links.

Birmingham has easy access to the major international airports in the UK, including its own Birmingham International Airport (BHX), with rail links to many major towns and cities in the UK, and continental Europe via the EuroTunnel. We will put more detailed directions online soon.

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We currently have 24 confirmed Attendees. Please let us know as soon as possible, if you are planning on attending and are not listed as confirmed.

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How can I find out more?

Updates will be published here, as well as on use Perl and Perl Monks. See also links to Announcements

Who's organising it?

Birmingham Perl Mongers are the principle promoters of the event, with a small team from the group helping out to organise and co-ordinate activities. If you'd like to get in touch with us, please use the organisers@qa-hackathon.org mailing address.

Sponsorship

If you or your company would like to sponsor this event, please contact us at organisers@qa-hackathon.org. The event is a free event for those attending, and we aim to provide food and drink, as well as work space during the day. In order to help cover these costs we would be delighted to receive donation large or small.