Blog articles tagged 'f#', 'functional programming'

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on 6/27/2016 1:30 AM
Tweet Good news! Recordings for NDC Oslo is up and I’ve curated all the talks from the FP track this year for your enjoyment  Tweet
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on 6/20/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet So NDC Oslo has come and gone, and whilst we wait for the videos for NDC Oslo to be available here are all the FP talks from NDC London this year. Enjoy    Tweet
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on 6/9/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet Hello, it’s been a long and enjoyable day at NDC Oslo. I did my F# in the Real World talk earlier in the day, and also gave another talk – 7 Ineffective Coding Habits Many F# Programmers Don’t Have – at the NDC community event the night before. If y[...]
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on 11/9/2015 12:41 PM
I’ve been scouring the CodeMash accepted session list for talks featuring F#, and there are quite a few! A Developer’s Journey from Object Oriented to Functional Programming, by Reid Evans Async Everywhere!, by Stephen Cleary Deep Dive into Deep Learning[...]
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on 3/31/2015 6:17 PM
Tweet This excellent book by Steve Krug was a real eye opener when I chanced upon it a few years ago. I’m not a UI/UX designer by trade or by training, and as a backend developer my appreciation for UI/UX has very little outlet in my day-to-day job either[...]
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on 3/31/2015 8:47 AM
I would love to do more (or any) professional Haskell and I am really happy that I can do F# in my day to day work but the sad fact is: most of you probably may not (or don’t want to) use F# in your day-job and do C#. Now that does not mean that […]
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on 3/31/2015 5:31 AM
Auf der Spartakiade hatte ich als schwerere Aufgabe für die Teilnehmer folgendes: Implementiere foldl unter Verwendung von foldr Das ist ein Klassiker, der einem richtig schön das Hirn verknoten kann – ihr könnte es ja gerne (nochmal) probieren, bevor ihr[...]
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on 3/10/2015 9:52 AM
(TL;DR: Intro to the reader-monad in F# for dependency-injection – see the source) intro: the problem Let’s say you have a function f that needs an object implementing some interface to do it’s work. a dirty solution (not advised) Another solution that ca[...]
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on 3/3/2015 11:07 PM
Just a quick follow up on yesterdays post on Monoids. Maybe you did not like the way the structure of the monoids was passed around using a simple record and indeed there is a way to define the Z and ++ as generic operators by exploiting Statically Resolv[...]
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on 3/3/2015 7:54 AM
A Monoid is one of the most basic algebraic structures that has many instances and applications in computer science and (functional) programming. And despite it’s scary mathy name it’s really easy to grasp and you are using them already! first example A t[...]
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