Better Perl: Subroutine Signatures and Type Validation

Blogging Outside Your Bubble

This start­ed as a light­ning talk giv­en at The Perl & Raku Conference in the Cloud 2021:

I turned it into a blog post for Perl devel­op­ers. Later I expand­ed it into an hour-​long webi­nar for a gen­er­al devel­op­er audi­ence, and then fur­ther expand­ed it into a work­shop at International Developer Career Day 2021.

Pair Programming: A Course Management System in Perl and Mojolicious

  • Series of sev­en Zoom video ses­sions with Gábor Szabó work­ing on a web appli­ca­tion for his train­ing business
  • Full infor­ma­tion, includ­ing videos and git code repos­i­to­ry, is on Gábor’s Perl Maven site

Don’t Fear map and grep

A light­ning talk giv­en at The Perl and Raku Conference 2022 in Houston, TX

Many begin­ning and inter­me­di­ate Perl pro­gram­mers don’t under­stand the map and grep func­tions and avoid them. But they’re the key to many solu­tions under the head­ing of list pro­cess­ing and once you become famil­iar, you’ll start to see lots of oppor­tu­ni­ties to use them. Let’s demys­ti­fy these impor­tant functions!

This talk is based on a series of blog posts I wrote over the past year or so:

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