Blog articles tagged 'functional'

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on 2/23/2015 5:02 PM
Tweet Hello, it’s been a while since I last wrote, work has kept me busy for a while – we’re making some interesting changes and experimenting with Docker again, so fun fun fun! Anyhow, I thought I drop you a note to tell you about some of the cool confer[...]
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on 1/21/2015 7:20 AM
Listen sind die typischen Datenstrukturen in der funktionalen Programmierung. Da überrascht es kaum, dass F# oder Haskell viele nette Features rund um Listen bereitstellen. In diesem Teaser möchte ich aber gar nicht so sehr auf alle coolen Sprachfeatures [...]
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on 12/22/2014 4:01 PM
This post is part of the F# Advent Calendar in English 2014 project. Check out all the other great posts there! Special thanks to Sergey Tihon for organizing this. A good coding habit is an incredibly powerful tool, it allows us to make good decisions wit[...]
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on 12/19/2014 12:00 AM
If you just want to see the code or even play with it, you can just grab it from Github It all started with me promising I would try to write an article how to use F# type providers to express prime numbers as types. Having had not much exposure to type p[...]
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on 12/17/2014 8:20 AM
On of my favorite perks of statically typed languagues is making invalid states unrepresentable. So instead of throwing exceptions at runtime, try to use types in such a way that you cannot even get invalid states to even compile. In a sense this is the b[...]
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on 11/30/2014 1:14 AM
The Alogirthm Recently, I have entered a brave (new?) world of Clojure and was looking for a small project to take it for a ride. I stopped on a popular/interesting enough little problem, that subsumed a certain interview question which I was once unfortu[...]
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on 11/23/2014 6:33 AM
Wearable computing is undeniably a hot topic currently, what with all the major mobile players (Apple, Google and Microsoft) having entered the market. There is also a plethora of smaller players such as Timex, Nike, Pebble, etc. Cheap, ubiquitous wearabl[...]
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on 11/23/2014 6:33 AM
Wearable computing is undeniably a hot topic currently, what with all the major mobile players (Apple, Google and Microsoft) having entered the market. There is also a plethora of smaller players such as Timex, Nike, Pebble, etc. Cheap, ubiquitous wearabl[...]
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on 11/11/2014 11:33 AM
There is a function I need. I know how to write it, but I don’t know if it has a standard name (like map, fold, etc.). It takes one argument — a list of something — and returns a list of 2-tuples of equal length. Each tuple contains one item from the list[...]
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on 11/7/2014 8:07 AM
One of the perverse side effects of code that’s “the simplest thing that could possibly work” is that it can appear much easier to create than it actually was.  I refer to this as Athena Code because it can appear as if the code sprung full-grown and read[...]
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