'F#' Tag

  • VTFun talk on F# Agents

    April 27, 2013

    Last Thursday, I gave a talk to the most fabulous user group I know ;-) — @VTFun, the Vermont Functional Programming group. We’d previously had a couple talks on actors: one covering Erlang by Dennis, and one on Elixir, by Alan, and the group wanted to know how F#’s actors/agents worked. Seeing as I’d only […]

  • NYC F# User Group Talk

    August 3, 2012

    Hey, a big thanks to the NYC F# User Group last night for having me! I had some great conversations, and I know a bunch of folks left with a much better understanding of F# and functional programming. I’m just glad I could help! Just as I’d promised, I’ve posted my samples over on github and […]

  • Progressive F# Tutorials

    November 6, 2011

    I had a bunch of friends attend and tweet about the Progressive F# tutorials this past week. I couldn’t quite instantaneously make it to London for the conference, so I’ve been following up watching the videos (all online, here: http://skillsmatter.com/podcast/scala/fsharp3). Don Syme’s keynote is great, and from what I’ve seen of the rest of the talks, […]

  • Another Project Euler problem, and a List.fold example

    October 15, 2011

    Project Euler Problem #6 Part two in what I hope will be a series on solving some of the Project Euler problems just to learn F# (part 1 here). I skipped down to #6 next, and was able to whip out a few lines of F# pretty quickly to get the answer. Since I was just re-using List.sum and […]

  • Project Euler problems with F#

    October 10, 2011

    Since I’ve just – JUST – started learning F#, I thought I would post my solutions to the first couple problems on Project Euler: Problem #1: Add all the natural numbers below 1000 which are multiples of 3 or 5. 1: let all = [1 .. 999] 2: let filtered = all |> List.filter (fun x […]

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