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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 4/5/2015 12:35 PM
Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from this past week: News Are you on the Slack? Do you want to have/to be a mentor? Join F# mentoring program. Visual F# PowerTools v1.8.0 is released – Easter edition with Navigate to Source & many improvemen[...]
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on 4/5/2015 5:00 AM
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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 4/3/2015 12:25 PM
  One year ago today, we pushed the button to enable community contributions and fully open engineering for Visual F#. The F# language has been open source for years, centered around the F# Open Edition and fsharp.org, but this marked the first time that[...]
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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 4/2/2015 5:38 AM
This is mainly for myself in case I forget some of the steps involved – but maybe you find this usefull to in case you want to play with IDRIS. This is how I setup a cabal sandbox, fetch the latest version and (re-)build it. update More info on github fir[...]
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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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