Posts tagged “monads”

Is currying monadic?

Here’s a question that came up while I’ve been trying to implement currying in Perl: is Currying monadic? I’ve tried a couple of times, but not managed to explain what I mean very well on #haskell, so let’s see if a longer writeup explains it better. My simplistic understanding of monads is that they take [...]

Functional Pe(a)rls v2 (now with Monads!) at the London Perl Workshop 2008

On Saturday I gave an updated version of my Functional Pe(a)rls talk. This time around I cut the whistlestop tour of builtin FP techniques in Perl (map/grep/join) and added a section on Monads – what they are and how to implement them. I’d originally worried that the slides might have been over-academic and hard to [...]

Monads in Perl (take 1)

I've been away for a while from Haskell so I thought I should do some revision and really get my head around Monads. While I plodded through the wonderful "meet the monads" tutorial, I decided that the best way to learn would be to do. By implementing Monads in Perl. I'd highly recommend trying to [...]