on 4/9/2015 2:57 PM
Recently I've developed a love for F# and functional programming principals in general. Something about the way I code in those languages makes the code just seem to work the first time. After a short break from c# I came back to it for a project at work and noticed my c# code was just working the first time too. Curious to know why I started reviewing my recent code and found a primary reason for this is a reduced amount of intermediate variables and far greater usage of LINQ's higer order functions a[...]
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