Three weeks ago I wrote about my experiences trying out Akka.NET. I had assembled a small working Akka.NET example application written in F# using the information I was able to find on the subject. My first attempt however...
Type Providers are an essential element for F#’s extensibility model, but creating new ones can be a chore. Dave Fancher shows how to take the tedium out authoring Type Providers using some simple inline factory methods.
Over the last few years, I created or contributed to a number of libraries. In this blog post (or perhaps a series), I'll share some of the things I learned when trying to answer the question: What should a good library look like? I'll start by looking at a library design pattern that I call 'levels of abstraction'.
I like Haskell because it lets me live inside my world. There are a lot of special worlds out there! And Haskell lets me stay in those worlds, and use all of the tools I normally have when I’m not there. I get to transform normal tools into tools that work in my world. (This post is meant to be approachable by people unfamiliar with Haskell! That being said, if there is a concept you don’t understand, feel free to leave a comment, tweet me, stop by on irc at freenode’s #haskell, or give Learn Yo
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