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on 9/21/2014 5:40 PM
If you have ever come across my blog before, it will probably come as no surprise if I tell you that I enjoy coding with F# tremendously. However, there is another reason why I enjoy F#, and that is the Community aspect. One thing we have been trying to d[...]
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on 9/21/2014 1:40 PM
2014 has been another crazy year for the F#unctional Londoners meetup with over 20 sessions already. Thanks to our hosts Skills Matter we’ve been able to hold a meetup roughly once every 2 weeks. Here’s a run down of the year so far and what’s coming up.[...]
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on 9/20/2014 9:23 AM
FsiBot is a cloud hosted bot that evaluates F# expressions in mentions, built by Mathias Brandewinder. Underneath it uses the Twitter API, F# Compiler Services all hosted on Azure. In the beginning the F# community put a lot of effort into bringing it d[...]
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on 9/19/2014 9:34 AM
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on 9/16/2014 6:35 AM
A re implementation of the popular browser game with easy to override game logic.
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on 9/15/2014 3:35 AM
For my academic research, I recently wrote a library in F# for fitting basic Gaussian process regression that I used to model time-series gene expression data. I am releasing the code publicly as an Ariadne package. In its current state, you can use[...]
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on 9/14/2014 9:34 PM
Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from this past week: News Paket is ready for testing. Try it and send feedback. Interested in F# Support in Azure ML? Up vote this idea. New F# testimonial up now “Consulting for a large multi-national organiz[...]
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on 9/13/2014 11:18 PM
Let’s face it, @fsibot in its initial release came with a couple flaws undocumented features. One aspect that was particularly annoying was the mild Tourette’s syndrom that affected the bot; on a fairly regular basis, it would pick up the same message, an[...]
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on 9/13/2014 4:50 PM
This Saturday saw the Developer Developer Developer! (DDD) East Anglia conference in Cambridge. DDD events are organized by the community for the community with the agenda for the day set through voting. T-Shirts The event marked a bit of a personal mil[...]
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on 9/13/2014 4:36 PM
On application monitoring In the Gamesys social team, our view on application monitoring is such that anything that runs in production needs to be monitored extensively all the time – every service entry point, IO operations or CPU intensive tasks. Sure, [...]
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