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It's pretty straightforward to do basic benchmarking of a single, self-contained piece of code in .NET. You just make a Stopwatch sandwich (let sw = Stopwatch.StartNew(); <code goes here>; sw.Stop()), then read off the elapsed time from the Stopwatch. Wha[...]
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on 2/8/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet NOTE : read the rest of the series, or check out the source code. If you enjoy read­ing these exer­cises then please buy Crista’s book to sup­port her work. Fol­low­ing on from the last post, we will look at the Reflective style today.   Style 17 – [...]
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on 2/4/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet NOTE : read the rest of the series, or check out the source code. If you enjoy read­ing these exer­cises then please buy Crista’s book to sup­port her work. Fol­low­ing on from the last post, we will look at the Introspective style today.   Style 16[...]
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on 2/1/2016 3:00 AM
Tweet Just a quick note to say that I’ll be doing a couple of F# talks at user groups around the UK, so if you happen to be in the area at the time do come by and say hello.   Feb 3rd, 6:30pm, London BCS (near the Strand) 7 ineffective coding habits many [...]
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on 2/1/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet The problem description is here, and click here to see all my other Euler solutions in F#.   This is a more difficult version of problem 82, and now you can move in all four directions! As before, we start by loading the input data into a 2D array: [...]
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on 1/28/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet The problem description is here, and click here to see all my other Euler solutions in F#.   This is a more difficult version of problem 81, but still, as you can’t move left so we can still optimize one column at a time. First, let’s read the input[...]
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on 1/26/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet Since joining JUST EAT I have been much more active in attending meetups because our office is walking distance to the Code Node. In particular, I have been a regular at Phil Trelford’s F#unctional Londoners group which meets twice a month. In the l[...]
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on 1/14/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet The problem description is here, and click here to see all my other Euler solutions in F#.   I based my solution on Euclid’s formula for generating Pythagorean triples. And given that max L is 1,500,000, the maximum value for m we need to consider i[...]
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on 1/11/2016 11:08 AM
A Developer's journey from OO to Functional
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on 1/11/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet NOTE : read the rest of the series, or check out the source code. If you enjoy read­ing these exer­cises then please buy Crista’s book to sup­port her work. Fol­low­ing on from the last post, we will look at the Abstract Things style today.   Style [...]
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