Frozen Perl 2009 is in charmingly frigid Minneapolis, MN on February 7th. The schedule has some goodies on it of interest, like Steven Lembark talking about dealing with large datasets, and JT Smith talking about distributing a stack to avoid dependency hell.
One thing I like about about YAPCs & workshops is that the talks are usually about pet projects. They tend to be less about big overarching ideas, and more about "Here's why my little baby of a package is great."
Also I'll be giving the keynote address, and if you know what I'm going to be talking about in it, please do let me know.
I'd also like to mention how much I love that on the Frozen Perl site (and all the other mongeurs.net sites) I can mark sessions that I'd like to attend in the schedule, and make my own little schedule, and then see what other people are going to be seeing as while. Very nicely done.