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on 6/23/2011 6:32 AM
Cool presentation about FS4SP: FAST for SharePoint 2010: How and Why? View more presentations from C/D/H Technology Consultants Filed under: F4SP Tagged: FAST
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on 6/16/2011 2:39 AM
We translated the snooker game sample from the official O3D website to WebSharper. The result is on par with the original in terms of performance, with 25% shorter source code and extra code safety.
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on 6/15/2011 2:36 PM
When writing reactive applications using F# asynchronous workflows, it is important to run some operations on the right thread. User interface elements are accessible only on GUI threads and CPU-intensive computations should be done on a background thread[...]
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on 6/10/2011 5:33 PM
CongoMongo is a Clojure wrapper around the MongoDB Java driver. It makes it pretty easy to interact with MongoDB: (use 'somnium.congomongo) ;; connect to "example" database via mongo1:27017 or ;; mongo2:25017 seed hosts (I have a replica set running) (de[...]
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on 6/10/2011 4:36 PM
F# asynchronous workflows are mainly used for non-blocking I/O and concurrency, but they provide nice abstraction for writing user interface interactions. This article shows how to avoid blocking the user-interface when performing CPU-intensive processing[...]
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on 6/6/2011 1:29 AM
In our continuing effort to make the most powerful JavaScript tools available to WebSharper developers, we are releasing the extension for Google O3D. O3D is a 3D programming library built on top of WebGL, enabling high-level resource and rendering manage[...]
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on 6/5/2011 8:13 AM
Everyone knows F# agents are cool right?  Well here’s yet another example of how versatile they can be… There was a series of posts last April by Stephen Toub from the pfxteam at Microsoft.  I was reading through some of the posts again the other day and[...]
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on 6/5/2011 8:13 AM
Everyone knows F# agents are cool right?  Well here’s yet another example of how versatile they can be… There was a series of posts last April by Stephen Toub from the pfxteam at Microsoft.  I was reading through some of the posts again the other day and [...]
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on 6/5/2011 8:13 AM
Everyone knows F# agents are cool right? Well here’s yet another example of how versatile they can be… There was a series of posts last April by Stephen Toub from the pfxteam at Microsoft. I was reading through some of the posts again the other day[...]
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on 5/24/2011 8:59 PM
I spent today at the MongoDB conference in San Francisco. World Singles is evaluating a number of noSQL data stores for some upcoming enhancements to our platform so we've already been playing around with Cassandra and Neo4J. The MongoSF 2011 conference w[...]
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