Blog articles tagged 'f#'

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on 1/19/2011 5:17 PM
Welcome to part three!As promised heres a description of the inner workings. I’m sick to death of typing SocketAsyncEventArgs so from now on I will refer to it as SAEA.
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on 1/17/2011 12:02 PM
Intro Every once in a while we all suffer from the Not Invented Here syndrome. So do I. This time, despite of being able to use either one of available web servers or previously written ASP.NET MVC-like web serving framework, I decided to write my own. My[...]
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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 1/14/2011 2:29 PM
Welcome to part two Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Lets jump in at the deep end and take a look at some code… When you look at the method syntax for the xxxAsync methods you will notice they return a boolean value that indicates if the method completed synch[...]
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on 1/14/2011 2:29 PM
Welcome to part two Lets jump in at the deep end and take a look at some code… When you look at the method syntax for the xxxAsync methods you will notice they return a boolean value that indicates if the method completed synchronously, this means that [...]
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on 1/14/2011 2:29 PM
Welcome to part twoLets jump in at the deep end and take a look at some code… When you look at the method syntax for the xxxAsync methods you will notice they return a boolean value that indicates if the method completed synchronously, this means tha[...]
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on 1/12/2011 5:38 PM
Welcome to part 1 Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 A 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 w[...]
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on 1/12/2011 5:38 PM
Welcome to part 1 A 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 trad[...]
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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 1/11/2011 8:25 AM
Intro The F# programming language is really fun to work with. It lets you improve your code almost infinitely, not only in terms of performance but also readability. Having finished reading through McConnell’s Code Complete I’ve decided to add some declar[...]
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