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Mon, Dec 14, 2015

[Icon][Icon]Slides for my talk

• Post categories: Omni, FOSS, Technology, My Life, Programming, Helpful

On Saturday, I attended the London Perl Workshop - an annual event that's totally free to attend and has plenty of useful stuff even for people who don't know Perl.

I even did a talk myself - an introduction to Functional Programming for beginners. Nobody fell asleep, so I called it a success. As requested, I'm also making the slides available. I'm using Dropbox because meh, it's convenient.

It's Powerpoint rather than Open/Libre Office because, basically, that's what happens to be installed on my laptop already. If you weren't at the presentation and want to read the slides to get the content, I advise "notes view" because there were a few worthwhile points that didn't get turned into bullet points on the slides.

Download here

If you have any problems getting the file, tweet me or something and I'll see what I can do about it. I'm not turning comments on here because I get spammed to hell if I do that, sadly.

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