Blog articles tagged 'f#'

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on 7/5/2015 1:48 AM
Originally posted on Didactic Code:In my recently released Pluralsight course, Building F# Type Providers, I show how to build a type provider that uses erased types. To keep things simple I opted to not include any discussion of generative type providers[...]
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on 6/25/2015 1:40 AM
This is a bugfix release mainly focusing on issues exposed by WebSharper.Warp
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on 6/15/2015 4:47 AM
WebSharper Warp is a friction-less web development library for building scripted and standalone full-stack F# client-server applications. Warp is built on top of WebSharper and is designed to help you become more productive and benefit from the rich WebSh[...]
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on 6/9/2015 6:45 AM
We are thrilled to announce the availability of WebSharper 3.2, paving the road to further upcoming enhancements to streamline developing and deploying WebSharper apps, and also shipping several key changes summarized here.
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on 6/1/2015 11:02 AM
This is a follow up to my last post A Fistful of Dollars, where I looked at test-driven approaches to implementing a money type based on the example running through Kent Beck’s Test-Driven Development by Example book: In this run I decided as an exercise[...]
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on 6/1/2015 12:08 AM
Just over a week ago I took the Eurostar over to Paris for NCrafts, a conference bringing together over 300 software craftsmen and craftswomen: @ncraftsConf A good balance between the software craftsmanship, the DDD, The functional. It was so good #ncraf[...]
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on 5/22/2015 2:25 PM
F# enthusiasts might be interested in this post on the .NET blog by program manager Anthony D. Green. Mads and Dustin showed off these stylish little numbers at BUILD and ever since we've been getting pinged by community members wanting to know where [...]
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on 5/18/2015 10:34 AM
The near-complete obviation of nulls is perhaps the most frequently- (and hilariously-) cited benefit of working in F#, as compared to C#. Nulls certainly still exist in F#, but as a practical matter it really is quite rare that they need to be considered[...]
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on 5/17/2015 3:22 PM
The Problem “Motif finding is a problem of finding common substrings of specified length in a set of strings. In bioinformatics, this is useful for finding transcription binding sites” (recap here). The problem is succinctly stated on Rosalind. Given a se[...]
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on 5/17/2015 1:30 AM
This blog is moving and will be continued on http://t0yv0.github.io/ which is much more hacker-friendly blog engine these days.
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