Blog articles tagged 'fsharp'

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on 9/18/2016 6:15 PM
Previously Walking the Eule Path: Intro Generating and Visualizing Graphs I can hardly overemphasize the importance of visusalizations. Many a bug had been immediately spotted just by looking at a visual of a complex data structure. I therefore decided to[...]
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on 9/17/2016 2:38 PM
Source Code I’m thinking about a few posts in these series going very fast through the project. The source is on my GitHub, check out the tags since the master branch is still work in progress. Experimenting with Graph Algorithms with F# and GPU Graphs pl[...]
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on 6/27/2016 4:08 PM
I was asked to give a presentation at work about Akka.Net. Even though my audience is 100% C# loving, I will give a demonstration with F# code. I was already working on a project to rewrite “Three is a Crowd” to the Actor model in F#, and this presentatio[...]
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on 6/16/2016 12:41 PM
It was one of those wow-moments when I learned that Fsharp is suitable for making a DSL, that actually appears readable. It looks better than one of those fluent interfaces with method chaining. I was really interested in making a DSL, just as a learning [...]
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on 3/21/2016 9:51 PM
Literally. Well almost. 2 meaningful lines + some boilerplate. This has got to be easier than even Python! Using EmguCV, a wrapper around OpenCV and F# Interactive:
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on 2/20/2016 3:30 PM
One of those things that I keep searching on the internet, for examples and Howto’s is, how do you hide stuff in Fsharp?Hiding stuff can be very useful. When you create a library, or a DSL, or perhaps a framework, you want to provide a good user-experienc[...]
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on 1/13/2016 2:37 AM
This is a minor release with bug fixes and updates for dependent libraries.
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on 12/28/2015 5:00 PM
Every blog post I’ve read about using F# with SQL CLR involves turning off SQL CLR security for the entire database like so: alter database mydatabase set trustworthy on This is because there is not currently a “safe” FSharp.Core, and so even when buildin[...]
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on 12/27/2015 8:27 PM
This holiday season my brief indulgence was solving the Advent of Code puzzles. One was about the look-and-say sequence. It starts with “1” and grows as follows: 1 is read off as “one 1” or 11. 11 is read off as “two 1s” or 21. 21 is read off as “one 2, t[...]
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on 12/23/2015 5:19 AM
So once again the time arrives when Santa is looking for Rudolph and I am writing a blog post for the yearly F# advent As always I hope I can provide you some insight and fun – practicability is not the main focus (as you surely find out soon). the task a[...]
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