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Marlon Vilorio Jun 22
We are looking for F# Engineers in to help us build the next generation of Tech Leader Products at Pluralsight. DM if interested! This is not a remote position! We are willing to teach you F#! via
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Jacques Jun 22
What I miss most every time I do F# dev is 's Cider NREPL. I consider the languages pretty equal, but dyam boy, the NREPL really gives you da rocket experience 😂
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Scott Wlaschin Jun 20
For compliance reasons, I need a security/vuln scanner for . Any ideas or suggestions? Cc
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Allister Beharry Jun 23
Linear algebra in F# with type-level dimension sizes:
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Tom01098 Jun 18
Messing around with by decompiling to C#, a little bit confused on why the if statement is needed when the expression could just be returned 'as-is'. Could just be a by-product of decompiling from IL though.
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Will Hoskings Jun 26
Replying to @monnef @js_bot_code
I actually did use F# for a tiny amount of time, believe it or not. Hopefully this carries across many of the good FP aspects from F#.
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Stachu Korick Jun 18
A small success: Someone at my company pushed their first (internal code) F# PR this evening. (and we didn't talk about monads even once!)
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Sergey Tihon Jun 22
F# Weekly #25, 2019 – Fabulous & Ionide 4.0 updates
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Vadim Slynko Jun 20
Does 2 |> ((-) 1) equal 1 or -1? Searching the web for an answer takes always longer than expected. Is there a special term for this construct?
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Scott Nimrod Jun 25
I'm currently learning the SqlProvider in . My thought process is to use SQL Server to initialize my client app with eCommerce store offerings. I then plan on using an EventStore for recording the actual user interactions within the application. Thoughts?
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Anathema Jun 20
I like this "C# The Good Parts" article that concludes "just use F#"
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Roman Sachse Jun 20
Trying to grok any kind of or .Net library? Use the Info Panel. I want to have something like this in all my IDEs. Dont want to work without it anymore.
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Ian Russell Jun 19
I should have read the foreward by -> "You will never look at your code in the same way again". It did just that - more than any other book I've read. Knowing FP in an OOP dominated world is a curse.
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József Uri 17m
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József Uri 19m
Charting with Google Visualization library in
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Dave Thomas Jun 21
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Dave Thomas Jun 21
As I said before a new video is out today on YouTube. If you would like to support me in making these types of videos then I have a Patreon account here:
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Ionide Jun 24
We’ve just released Ionide 4.0 for . * Huge performance and responsiveness updates * Better project parsing * Moving to .Net Core by default. * support improvements Full change log is available here:
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Roman Provazník Jun 21
Mobile development with presented by himself at
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Rahul Nath 14h
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