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Monthly Archives: January 2010

A Kick in the Monads – Creating Extended Builders Part III

So far in this series, we’ve covered some of the methods you can implement for custom computation expressions (aka Monads) in F# such as bind and return, as well as exception and resource management.  For the last part in the … Continue reading 

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Much Ado About Monads – Creating Extended Builders Part II

In this series, we’ve looked custom computation expressions, what they are, how they are applicable to development and how we might implement them in F#.  In the previous post, we went over some of the basic methods you can include … Continue reading 

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Much Ado About Monads – Creating Extended Builders

In the past two posts in this series, we’ve covered both the State Monad and Reader Monad, not only the motivations, but how you would implement them in F#.  With defining the Return and Bind methods on our computation expression … Continue reading 

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[ANN] DC ALT.NET – 1/27/2010 – Clojure

The next meeting of DC ALT.NET will be held on January 27th from 7-9PM on Clojure with Craig Andera.  Previously, he gave a talk about spending some time in Common Lisp and some of the lessons learned during his adventures.  … Continue reading 

Posted in ALT.NET, Clojure, Concurrency, Functional Programming, User Groups | 1 Comment

Much Ado About Monads – Reader Edition

In the previous post, we talked a bit about the State Monad, what it is and how you could use it today in your F# application.  But, with any new piece of information such as this, it should be taken … Continue reading 

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