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on 6/30/2013 8:52 PM
I just completed the Coursera Machine Learning class this week, and enjoyed the experience very much. Let’s get the obvious out of the way: getting a high-quality class, for free, wherever you are, at your own pace, is pretty amazing, and I can put up wit[...]
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on 6/30/2013 2:45 PM
My friend Antonio Cisternino recently pointed me to FSCL - a compiler from F# to OpenCL. Here is the abstract from the documentation for the compiler: https://t.co/vHQPzsxE0O. The project currently seems to live here: https://github.com/GabrieleCocco/ Now[...]
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on 6/30/2013 2:01 PM
Welcome to F# Weekly, It was an adorable week! There are lots of great things happened: News Pre-release of F# 3.1 was announced. “F# folk, please upvote this on reddit and retweet” (Don Syme) From now, Visual F# tooling can be updated more frequently, an[...]
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on 6/30/2013 5:14 AM
Existing embedded DSLs for XML in F# all have their quirks and inconvenients. I'm presenting a small patch to the F# compiler that allows to implement a better XML EDSL.
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on 6/27/2013 3:34 PM
We are pleased to announce the availability of a preview release of version 3.1 of the F# language, with matching Visual F# tooling. These are included with the Visual Studio 2013 Preview Release announced at //BUILD/ and on Soma’s blog. F# as a languag[...]
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on 6/27/2013 2:50 PM
This post is a short overview of my talk at Belarus SharePoint User Group at 2013/06/27. Declarative authorization in REST services in SharePoint with F# and ServiceStack from Sergey Tihon The primary goals were to find an efficient declarative way to spe[...]
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on 6/27/2013 2:38 AM
I’ve written a small appender for log4net. This appender saves the data to elasticsearch. Why is this sweet? Because elasticsearch has expiration date field. Since the format is log4net there are very few code changes in application. Why the name elmah? I[...]
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on 6/26/2013 6:10 AM
There are two good news for all F# NLP lovers. News #1: Using The Stanford Parser from F# is easier than it has ever been. From now, the latest version(v3.2.0.0) of The Stanford Parser is available on Nuget. All you need to do is: Install-Package FSharp.N[...]
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on 6/25/2013 2:25 PM
Last weekend I teamed up with other gamers for the Creative Assembly game jam at Rezzed. We had 9 hours to create a game, and were given the theme of the 80s at 9am on the Saturday morning. After some brainstorming we came up with the idea of a platform g[...]
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on 6/24/2013 4:52 PM
Following on from my last post on formatting a Markdown document into PDF using FSharp.Markdown.Pdf, if you don’t like the default styling (which I tried to mimic style Github formats Markdown documents with) you can set your own styling for the different[...]
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