This week’s Perl and Raku Conference 2022 in Houston was packed with great pre­sen­ta­tions, and I humbly added to them with a five-​ish minute light­ning talk on two of Perl’s more mis­un­der­stood func­tions: map and grep.

Sorry about the um”s and ah”s…

I’ve writ­ten much about list pro­cess­ing in Perl, and this talk was based on the fol­low­ing blog posts:

Overall I loved attend­ing the con­fer­ence, and it real­ly invig­o­rat­ed my par­tic­i­pa­tion in the Perl com­mu­ni­ty. Stay tuned as I resume reg­u­lar posting!

Update for Raku

On Twitter I nudged promi­nent Raku hack­er (and recov­ered Perl hack­er) Elizabeth Mattijsen to write about the Raku pro­gram­ming language’s map and grep func­tion­al­i­ty. Check out her five-​part series on DEV.to.

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