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on 3/22/2015 11:27 PM
I will admit it, I got a bit upset by James McCaffrey’s column in MSDN magazine this month, “Gradient Descent Training Using C#”. While the algorithm explanations are quite good, I was disappointed by the C# sample code, and kept thinking to myself “why o[...]
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on 3/22/2015 10:58 PM
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on 3/21/2015 9:29 AM
This blog post explains five F#-specific features who simplify and stabilize the implementation of vector algebra: Custom operators Inlining Units of Measure Type inference Automatic generalization We will use these features to define an infix dot produ[...]
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on 3/10/2015 9:52 AM
(TL;DR: Intro to the reader-monad in F# for dependency-injection – see the source) intro: the problem Let’s say you have a function f that needs an object implementing some interface to do it’s work. a dirty solution (not advised) Another solution that ca[...]
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on 3/10/2015 4:33 AM
I just stumbled upon a blog-post where Mittal Patel solved this little puzzle using PHP: 100 people standing in a circle in an order 1 to 100. No. 1 has a sword. He kills next person (i.e. no. 2) and gives sword to next to next (i.e no. 3). All person doe[...]
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on 3/9/2015 12:30 PM
Fun Basic is an extended clone of Microsoft’s Small Basic programming language that runs as an app in the Windows Store. The app provides a range of sample programs from simple turtle graphics through to video games and physics simulations. The samples ha[...]
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on 3/5/2015 12:30 AM
This is a outline of how you can setup a simple RESTlike client/server communication using WebAPI and Restsharp. As you will see F# records are great for this: equality out of the box, read-only by default but still nicely serializeable. I hosted the code[...]
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on 3/3/2015 11:07 PM
Just a quick follow up on yesterdays post on Monoids. Maybe you did not like the way the structure of the monoids was passed around using a simple record and indeed there is a way to define the Z and ++ as generic operators by exploiting Statically Resolv[...]
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on 3/3/2015 8:13 AM
This article is a follow up to my previous blog post about functional library design, but you do not need to read the previous one, because I'll focus on a different topic. In the previous article, I wrote about a couple of principles that I find usef[...]
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on 3/3/2015 7:54 AM
A Monoid is one of the most basic algebraic structures that has many instances and applications in computer science and (functional) programming. And despite it’s scary mathy name it’s really easy to grasp and you are using them already! first example A t[...]
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