If you can't test it, measure it or turn it on and off, don't refactor it (Lance)
It's nice to play Tiefe Taschen again at this YAPC (after play-testing the beta-version last year in Granada)
After waiting 2h for food, just leave and go to KFC.
Lot of cars in Cluj, and the traffic lights take ages to switch.
Nice side effect of live streams: I can skip the not-so-good hotel breakfast, take a walk through Cluj, visit the street market, buy some delicious cake and eat that cake back in the hotel watching Larry talk about Japanese / Chinese characters.
apparently the kanji symbol for "shit" consists of "asshole" + "rice" (Larry)
Documentation pattern: Don't document when writing code, but when trying to figure out what it does 6 months later. (ben, hallway track)
"minion" might be a word better suited to the 21st century than "slave". (attendees comment during Geoffrys talk)
When you spend most of Friday on Conference Drive Development, you will not learn a lot.
Besides that it makes no sense to use one of the many generic REST clients on CPAN, because the all don't work like you need it. It's much easier to just use HTTP::Tiny directly..
If you go to your boss and ask for some money to donate to Open Source / Perl project, you might simply get it! (Nine, in a lightning announcment)
After three days of meat-based diet (which BTW was delicious, Cluj had really nice catering!), a vegetarien restaurant is a welcome change.
Approximately half the audience has no module on CPAN (and should upload one), while the other half have a module on CPAN, but no Perl 6 module. So we all have a lot of code to port. (Nadim)
Even if you know nothing, the presentation can still take ∞ (Eric)