Blog articles tagged 'f#', 'async workflows'

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on 7/15/2012 12:13 PM
Deep in the darkest depths lurks an ancient horror, when the time is right it will rise forth and leave you screaming for me
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on 2/19/2012 11:30 PM
This will be the last post on rebuilding the MailboxProcessor using <a href="http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/devlabs/gg58558
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on 1/29/2012 11:49 PM
Right, no messing about this time, straight to the code. ConstructionThis is pretty straight forward a
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on 1/22/2012 4:28 AM
This is going to be a new series on using TPL Dataflow with F#. First a little bit of history and background. <h2 id="TPL_Dataflows_
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on 12/11/2011 3:30 PM
Due to popular demand… well, I had a couple of requests anyway :-) Heres a post inspired by my recent encounters profiling some of the code in Fracture-IO.
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on 7/3/2011 9:28 AM
One of the areas that I am very interested in is agents and I have been doing quite a lot of work in this area lately. Agents can be used for a multitude of different purposes ranging from: isolated message passing, object caching, finite state machi[...]
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on 6/5/2011 8:13 AM
Everyone knows F# agents are cool right? Well here’s yet another example of how versatile they can be… There was a series of posts last April by Stephen Toub from the pfxteam at Microsoft. I was reading through some of the posts again the other day[...]
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on 4/4/2011 1:56 PM
Ok so I have been offline for a while now, what with starting a new financial contract in London and not having any broadband access for a while. I have been working on something, honest! Since the last post I have been reflecting on the pipeline de[...]
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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 1/14/2011 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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