Blog articles tagged 'c#'

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on 1/15/2011 6:14 PM
Java vs C# As Jon Skeet pointed out in this excellent article on closures, the strategies of capturing the execution context which the behaviour is bound to different between Java and C#. C# captures the variable itself, whereas Java captures the value of[...]
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on 1/15/2011 8:58 AM
In my last post I explained the difference between the techniques of Currying and Partial Application, following on where there let me show you how you might apply these two techniques in F#, Javascript and C#. F# Starting with F#, being a functional lang[...]
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on 1/12/2011 5:38 PM
Welcome to part 1A while back I read an interesting article by Brian McNamara f-async-on-the-server-side which describes C# and F# versions of a simple asynchronous socket server, one of the driving forces behind the article was how F# can wrap the [...]
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on 11/23/2010 11:43 AM
When you write your first Fluent NHibernate application with Mono/.NET based on the Getting started tutorial, you eventually discover that you require a few extra assembly-dll references not mentioned. For my Postgres (PostgreSQL) project my references ar[...]
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on 11/11/2010 4:01 AM
Having spent quite a bit of time coding in F# recently I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience of coding in a functional style and come to really like the fact you can do so much with so little code. One of the counter-claims against F# has always been t[...]
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on 7/28/2010 3:13 AM
Spring.NET really has tons of handy features you can put to work in your application. One of them is its transaction management, that provides an implementation agnostic abstraction for your application. The first question you’re probably asking yourself [...]
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on 8/8/2009 4:17 AM
I stumbled across a collection type the other day that was implemented with .NET 2.0. This, like many other things in 2.0 slipped past me completely until now. This collection type offers a solution to a common problem; How do you expose the collections[...]
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