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on 5/11/2011 7:58 AM
Suppose that you write code without tests that compile. Suppose that those parts do not have any user interface or tests. Then what you’re doing is actually pushing development cost over to other parts of the project that make use of the code. This will p[...]
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on 5/8/2011 7:22 PM
The library formerly known as clojure.contrib.sql has had its first non-snapshot release. Features added (above and beyond clojure.contrib.sql): returns generated keys for single record inserts supports naming strategies to allow you to override the conv[...]
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on 5/6/2011 9:03 AM
Today we are very excited to announce the availability of the final release of WebSharper Professional (version 2.2.x), the premiere web development framework for F# developers, combining the strengths of functional programming with robust and composable [...]
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on 5/5/2011 2:25 AM
Let me quickly explain Ruby‘s dynamic object creation. When I talk about dynamic object creation, I’m referring to when you instantiate a new object instance from meta-data using a class (also referred to a as a Type in .NET) name, or class meta-data obje[...]
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on 5/3/2011 6:18 PM
Hello again, since my initial articles on Sockets and pipelines, I have had quite a bit of interest and I am now pleased to say that these projects have all grown up and now have a proper home on GitHub. The Sockets and Bockets articles have become Flack [...]
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on 5/3/2011 6:18 PM
Hello again, since my initial articles on Sockets and pipelines. I have had quite a bit of interest and I am now pleased to say that these projects have all grown up and now have a proper home on GitHub. The Sockets and Bockets articles have become Flac[...]
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on 4/30/2011 12:15 AM
Rayak – looks like someone beat me to it.
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on 4/29/2011 1:26 PM
Here is a simple Sudoku solver that uses F# and Microsoft Solver Foundation’s Constraint Programming solver. The 9×9 matrix of a Sudoku puzzle is represented as a list of 81 cells. Cells can have values 0-9. Zeros represent blank cells. … Continue reading[...]
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on 4/28/2011 6:09 AM
On a 64 bit environment it's very important to make sure that all your projects have the same platform target. When creating console applications, the default is x86, that means that it's easy to get something that give you weird errors.
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on 4/24/2011 11:10 AM
NDesk Options I started writing an argument parser without knowing about:NDesk.Options Where you have the following kind of syntax:string data = null; bool help = false; int verbose = 0; var p = new OptionSet () { { "file=", v => data =[...]
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