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Monthly Archives: September 2009

Generically Constraining F# – Part II

In the previous post, we talked about the basic problems with C# generic restrictions.  We covered how it was possible in fact in the CLR to do these restrictions and sure enough the F# language supports them.  This time, we’ll … Continue reading 

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Pondering Axum + F#

It’s been a while since I’ve posted about Axum as I’ve been posting about other asynchronous and parallel programming models.  After two releases of the Axum standalone language and lots of good user feedback, it’s time to ponder what could … Continue reading 

Posted in Axum, Concurrency, F#, Functional Programming | 7 Comments

Generically Constraining F# – Part I

Generic constraints inside .NET has always been a fun enterprise, especially given how C# handles them  There has been some discussion on Jon Skeet’s blog about the fact that C# does not allow for generic constraints referring to a number … Continue reading 

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No:SQL (east) 2009

As you may have noticed, there has been a lot of talk around NOSQL “movement” lately.  The name, NOSQL was created to describe non-traditional data storage engines and techniques to address concerns of data sets of horizontal scale.  Innovations such … Continue reading 

Posted in Conferences, NOSQL | 5 Comments

[ANN] DC ALT.NET 9/10/2009 – Webmachine with Kevin Smith

This month, DC ALT.NET is moving the meeting a little forward this month and teaming with NOVALANG and the Erlang Users of Arlington/DC to talk about the Webmachine REST Toolkit.  We at DC ALT.NET continue to strive to push developers … Continue reading 

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F# First Class Events – Async Workflows + Events Part III

So far in this series, I’ve covered a bit about what first class events are in F# and how you might use them.  In the first post, we looked at what a first class events mean and some basic combinators … Continue reading 

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F# First Class Events – Async Workflows + Events Part II

So far in this series, I’ve covered a bit about what first class events are in F# and how you might use them.  In the first post, we looked at what a first class events mean and some basic combinators … Continue reading 

Posted in Event-based Porgramming, F#, Functional Programming, Reactive Framework | Leave a comment