Using Streams in F#

יום שלישי, ינואר 4, 2011

I have just completed to develop the 6th topic of my on going course for learning F#. It covers the usage of streams. If you are already familiar with the usage of streams in C# you will have no difficulty learning how to do the same when coding in F#. You can find both the slides and the video clip available for free personal usage at www.abelski.com. You can find below few samples for the video clips I have just prepared for this topic.
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Arrays in F#

יום רביעי, דצמבר 15, 2010

I have recently completed to develop a new topic in my on going F# Fundamentals course. This new topic covers the possibilities we have when working with arrays. In addition, it showcases the available language constructs that enable us to get a shorter code comparing with C# (for doing the same operations). You can find my F# Fundamentals course available for free personal usage at www.abelski.com. The new clips I have recently completed to prepare in this topic present short code samples you can follow when doing your first steps. Hereto some of those clips.
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Loops in F#

יום שלישי, דצמבר 14, 2010

Using functional programming languages you can significantly shorten your code. The new topic I have recently completed to develop in my on going F# Fundamentals course explains how we can code efficient short loops in F#. This course is available for free personal usage at www.abelski.com. The new clips I have recently completed to prepare present short code samples you can follow when doing your first steps. Hereto some of those clips.
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My First .NET Post

יום שבת, יולי 24, 2010

Many of my friends know me as a pure 100% Java developer. I believe that many of them will find this post a surprise. In the past I truly believed that it is possible to focus on one technology only and use it for all needs. During the years before the emergence of the .NET framework, Java was the natural choice. I chose Java and continued to focus on that platform during the years to follow. Today, I no longer believe there is a place for comparing different languages and different platforms claiming one is better than the other....