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on 4/16/2015 12:36 PM
This new major release adds a cleaner metaprogramming API, date formatting for JSON API, bug fixes and proxy revisions, among many other changes.
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on 4/13/2015 3:43 PM
The 2015 Board of Trustees election is underway!  Over the last month, the voting members have submitted many nominations for new Board of Trustee members, and sixteen people have agreed to participate in the 2015 election. Each candidate will be listed b[...]
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on 4/7/2015 5:41 AM
One of the attendees of my virtual F# in Finance course, Stuart recently asked me a pretty advanced question about writing custom queries with F#, because he was interested in writing a nicer querying library for Amazon DynamoDB (his project is here). I[...]
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on 4/4/2015 12:12 PM
I am pretty excited to announce the re-branding of Minsk F# User Group. First of all we changed our logo, now it is more “Belarusish”. Also we’ve prepared a set of wallpapers for F# fans. Feel free to use them to beautify your desktops: Thanks to EPAM Sys[...]
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on 4/2/2015 4:03 PM
I came across a topical .Net article by Dave M Bush published towards the tail end of 2014 entitled String and StringBuilder where he correctly asserts that .Net’s built-in string type are reference types and immutable. All good so far. The next assertio[...]
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on 4/1/2015 3:41 AM
On year ago, on this very day, I wrote about the open-sourcing of C# 6.0. Thanks to a very special information leak, I learned about this about a week before Microsoft officially announced it. However, my information were slightly incorrect - rather th[...]
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on 3/31/2015 10:57 PM
Just before Christmas I came across some Java source code by “Uncle” Bob Martin aimed at “demystifying compilers” which expends about 600 lines of code to parse the following simple finite state machine: Actions: Turnstile FSM: OneCoinTurnstile Initial: [...]
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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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