Blog articles tagged 'f#', 'async'

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on 11/29/2015 4:50 PM
[This post is part of the F# advent calendar 2015 series.] Prologue: What is Paket? Paket is a dependency manager for .NET with support for NuGet packages and GitHub repositories. It enables precise and predictable control over what packages the projects [...]
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on 2/10/2015 12:40 AM
Now, let me start this post by saying I love XNA/Monogame. XNA was Microsoft’s first (and currently last) attempt to have a first class managed framework for writing games. Luckily the excellent Monogame project has picked up Microsoft’s slack and … Conti[...]
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on 5/5/2013 1:00 PM
Unless you live in a hole you have probably heard of node.js so Ill not bother to explain what it is or what it does. An interesting project has come to light lately, namely Edge.js. The Edge.js project allows you to connect node.js with .Net. Th[...]
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on 4/18/2013 1:09 AM
In this post weare going to look as async again, but from the perspective of F#. Xamarin Evolve 2013 I have been watching the Xamarin Evolve conference this week and it was good to see Miguel announce full support for F#. Those that follow me on[...]
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on 4/17/2013 10:28 AM
There is one more useful application of script from the “Explore local network with F# Async Workflows” post. During the check of the machine availability we can collect IP addresses of all machines. After that we can compare IPs of different hosts names [...]
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on 4/16/2013 3:43 PM
One more interesting task is to explore local network and check which computers are alive. As a first step we need to get a list of computers which registered in Active Directory (as you understand, this approach works only for networks with Active Direct[...]
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on 4/22/2012 2:23 AM
In the last post I discussed an asynchronous version of the ManualResetEvent and as promised this time we will be looking at
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on 4/11/2012 11:55 PM
In this post we are going back to the primitive. No it’s not about the same named song by Soulfly, (which incidenta
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on 12/15/2011 2:43 PM
In this article I discuss why F# Async is a good thing for writing concurrent software on .NET and show how to implement your own Async specialized for low-concurrency use. As a sample application, I look at a simple CML-style blocking channel.[...]
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on 12/11/2011 3:30 PM
Due to popular demand… well, I had a couple of requests anyway :-) So heres my post inspired by my recent encounters profiling some of the code in Fracture-IO.  I have recently been profiling the code in fracture to remove any so called low hanging fruits[...]
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