Looks like the YouTube version of my YAPC presentation is posted. Now that I've had the chance to review myself, I feel a bit better about the presentation over all. I was a bit let down when I finished it since I was a bit tired and found presenting basically right at the end of the conference a bit stressful. However dispite the first few minutes being a bit slow (note to self, never again change the first group of slides 15 minutes before getting on stage) I do think I basically covered the material I orginally set out to do.
The presentation is a bit of a mix on my philosophy of teaching, my thoughts on what newcomers to Perl should be taught if we want them to become good members of our community and the lessons I personally learned from that experience.
I've upload the presentation to slideshare, although since its pretty image heavy I don't imagine it is stand alone useful. I'm posting it in case anyone wanted to grab bits for their own use.
Here's also a list of links mentioned in the presentation (listed in order of notice)
http://www.shutterstock.com/jobs.mhtml (Jobs at Shutterstock)
http://generalassemb.ly/ : The General Assemble website (great place to learn tech and hang out)
http://www.onyxneon.com/books/modern_perl/index.html (The modern Perl book)
http://perl.org (All about Perl)
Thanks to all the attendees, your great questions and thanks again to the people who put together such an amazing conference!