Perl 6: Quicker hacks, more maintainable apps

By Jonathan Worthington (‎jnthn‎)
Date: Saturday, 2 July 2011 11:10
Duration: 40 minutes
Language: English
Tags: perl6

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The Perl 6 language has a range of features to make it easier to write more maintainable code. Classes, roles, a powerful type system, tighter scoping rules, the ability to do more compile-time checks and a grammar readily available to build code analysis tools are just some of the things that help.

However, that doesn't mean Perl 6 has forgotten Perl's role as a language for those one-liners or quick hacks! Perl has always been awesome for string manipulation. Perl 6 retains that, and adds the same kind of power to working with lists of data too.

In this talk, we'll explore some of the things in Perl 6 that make it easier to do both the small things and the large ones.

Attended by: Menglong Tan (‎crackcell‎), 露 黄,