Blog articles tagged 'f#', '.net'

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on 2/13/2017 10:41 AM
The post on applying GPU to finding Eulerian path mentioned a stumbling block: partitioning a very specific kind of graph. In general, partitioning is a hard problem, NP-hard actually. The graphs we are dealing with are very specific, though, and may be p[...]
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on 8/6/2016 8:04 AM
TL;DR available at the bottom of the post. “A React Native App is a Real Mobile App” With React Native, you don’t build a “mobile web app”, an “HTML5 app”, or a “hybrid app”. You build a real mobile app that’s indistinguishable from an app built using Obj[...]
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on 12/31/2015 9:39 AM
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on 12/23/2015 8:08 PM
In this post, I will show an example of where using unit testing as a design methodology does not work, and how to produce a design for correct code anyway. There is no single design methodology which works for all problems, so it’s useful to have a varie[...]
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on 12/21/2015 6:12 AM
[This post my second entry of the F# advent calendar 2015 series. You can also read the first post about “Using Async.Choice in Paket“] Recently I was asked to help with a website that was based on suave.io. The task was to transform the existing F# scrip[...]
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on 12/7/2015 11:49 PM
Following on from yesterday’s post on Disinherited Types where I implement an F# type provider that hides inherited members of a type to let you focus on the useful members. The example was the WPF Button control which contains around 300 members via 9 le[...]
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on 12/7/2015 7:51 AM
One of the things that’s always bugged me when using Windows UI libraries like WinForms and WPF is the sheer number of members that pop up in intellisense for a control. The Button type in WPF has around 300 members and a total of 9 levels of inheritance [...]
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on 12/3/2015 3:22 PM
Welcome to the 2015 F# Advent Calendar and one of 2 posts for December 3rd. For last year’s advent calendar I tried to follow the seasonal theme and produced an article on generating snowflakes. This year I thought I’d be more literal and look at producin[...]
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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 10/14/2015 4:33 AM
As many readers already know I’m maintaing the open source projects FAKE and Paket. These projects are used in many companies and open source projects to make continuous integration work on .NET and mono. In this article series I want to highlight some of[...]
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