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Nov Meetup: Intro to Pattern Matching / Pattern Matching in Ruby

Talk 1: Intro to Pattern Matching. Why it's useful and what on earth you'd ever use it for. (Pattern matching is a functional programming concept that only executes a method if it matches the pattern of inputs and outputs). By either @jwo or @rookieone

Talk 2: "Irresponsible" pattern matching library... I love how Irresponsible we can be with Ruby. It gives us such power to redefine the runtime and language as we see fit. Check out Paul's newest library that adds pattern matching to Ruby. Can Ruby put the FUN in functional? Stay tuned!
by Paul Kwiatkowski

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  • Paul K.

    Hey guys just some links to the library I'll be showing off (playing with) tonight:

    While it is on Github, I unfortunately spent too much time getting it working the way I wanted, and haven't added a README just yet. Some of the content presentation tonight will end up basically being the core of the README anyway!

    (the code itself is well-documented, though)

    November 15

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