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on 8/31/2014 11:30 PM
Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from this past week: News Do not waste your time and jump in F# OSS development starting from Up For Grabs issues. Visual F# PowerTools v1.4.5 are published with fixes for annoying bugs on F# project system an[...]
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on 8/31/2014 8:23 AM
Back at the start of the year, I took the F# parser combinator library FParsec out for a spin, writing an extended Small Basic compiler and later a similar parser for a subset of C#. Previously I’d been using hand rolled parsers, for projects like TickSpe[...]
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on 8/28/2014 8:50 PM
Today, at devLink 2014, my last session of the day is “Practical Machine Learning – Predicting Things” by Seth Juarez. In his presentation, Seth talks about machine learning and his machine learning library, numl. The session is very entertaining and I le[...]
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on 8/25/2014 1:27 PM
Following on from VB.Net’s new basic pattern matching support, the C# team has recently put forward a proposal for record types and pattern matching in C# which was posted in the Roslyn discussion area on CodePlex: Pattern matching extensions for C# e[...]
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on 8/25/2014 9:44 AM
Pta.Build.WebEssentialsBundleTask A few months ago, the Tachyus web application used a C# + F# web application approach to separate the front-end HTML, CSS, and JavaScript from the back-end F# ASP.NET Web API application. With this configuration, we intro[...]
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on 8/24/2014 9:52 PM
Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from this past week: News Round 3 of voting for the new F# logo is underway! Please vote for your favorite! Functional Geekery Episode 14 is out with Richard Minerich. FsPlot v0.6 is released with an FSharp.Ch[...]
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on 8/24/2014 9:35 PM
My recollection of how this all started is somewhat fuzzy at that point. I remember talking to @tomaspetricek about the recent “A pleasant round of golf” with @relentlessdev event in London. The idea of Code Golf is to write code that fits in as few chara[...]
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on 8/22/2014 2:25 PM
Compute the mathces Here is a simple, purely brute-force algorithm for computing the join mentioned in Part 1. Here is the entirely “CPU” implementation of the algorithm: Loop over both datasets, compare them one-by-one, if there is a match – flag it. The[...]
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on 8/22/2014 11:39 AM
A comment on a Stack Overflow post recently got me delving into constants a bit more thoroughly than I have done before. Const fields I’ve been aware for a while that although you can specify decimal field as a const in C#, it’s not really const as far as[...]
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on 8/21/2014 7:45 PM
This is a post in two parts: Part 1 – The problem, solution setup, the algorithm. Part 2 – (The juicy) Implementation details, discussion. Suppose at the heart of the data layer of a web application there is a join like this: This join filters patents bel[...]
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