Functional Programming on Perl

By Christian Jaeger (‎pflanze‎)
Date: Saturday, 12 December 2015 14:20
Duration: 60 minutes
Target audience: Any
Language: English

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Functional programming is really a very simple concept: to program with functions that always return the same result for the same arguments (= pure functions). You have surely written some such functions in Perl already. This talk will show how you can increase the amount of code written using pure functions, and why this can be beneficial. It also introduces you to the project which provides libraries to help working in this style, and will touch on functional idioms in Perl 6.

Attended by: Lukas Mai (‎mauke‎), David Potttage, Chris Jack, Daniel Mita (‎⚡🍡‎), Clyde Ingram, Borkur Gudjonsson, Richard Weeks, Jevgeni Jakovlev, o, Adrian Faiers, Filippo Biondi (‎fedelippo‎), Fox Reymann, Hugh Barnard, Michael Woods, Pavel Vodopyan, Pete Houston, Iain Campbell, DrForr, Gina Sallery, Lance Wicks, Victor Churchill,



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