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O mnie Posted on Mon 11 February 2019 in .NET With many great features C# 7 comes with new and shiny pattern matching. I know that this feature is less usable then in other languages, but it add new possibilities to coding. In this article I want to share with you my experiments with monads.Optional I believe that some of you know that null exception is big pain in developer life. I hear that even null creator say that this was a "billion-dollar mistake" to invent null. In other hand some l...

Programming warfare – Functional flavor in C# 7 with pattern matching

Sztuka programowania 3 dni, 10 godzin, 42 minuty temu SzymonW 153 rozwiń

Miłosz Piechocki This post is another attempt on explaining the M word in an approachable way. This explanation will best suite C# developers who are familiar with LINQ and query expressions. However, if you are not familiar with C# but would like to learn how powerful and expressive some of its features are, please read on!Recap of LINQ and query expressions LINQ is a technology introduced in C# 3.0 and .NET 3.5. One of its major applications is processing collections in an elegant, declarative way. ...

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Understand monads with LINQ

Sztuka programowania 322 dni, 17 godzin, 20 minut temu miloszpiechocki 113 rozwiń

Kilka analogii pomiędzy tym, co znamy ze szkoły, a tym, co możemy zrobić w języku funkcyjnym (na przykładzie F#).

Źródło: mickl.net
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F# a matematyka

Sztuka programowania 332 dni, 22 godziny, 35 minut temu mickl 102 rozwiń

Today applications need to be more and more asynchronous and process more information in parallel. Every programming language has its own way of dealing with asynchronous programming. Some are designed for such purposes (like Erlang) but the others, more popular ones, are not. Is there no hope for Java, .Net or JavaScript developers? I think there is.

[EN] ReactiveX - asynchronous programming done right? | Future Processing

Inne 711 dni, 21 godzin, 2 minuty temu FutureProcessing 80 rozwiń

Chain Of Responsibility… bo po co Ci switch. Chain of responsibility to jeden z moich ulubionych wzorców. Poznałem go w obecnej pracy dopiero i smutno mi, że tak późno, ponieważ rozświetlił i mój kod i moją twarz Wzorzec ten pozwala unikać switchów i ładnie porządkuje kod. Dodatkowo spełnia w większości wymagania Open-Close principle (o tym za chwilę). Jest bardzo fajny w użyciu w swej podstawowej wersji...

Źródło: paweltymura.pl
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Chain Of Responsibility… bo po co Ci switch. | Blog Pawełka

Sztuka programowania 754 dni, 9 godzin, 7 minut temu pawelek 425 rozwiń

Write better and faster in javascript with built-in array methods (every, some, forEach, map, filter, reduce), different known libraries and lambdas. Also how to extend built-in functions and write custom helpers.

[EN] Javascript - functional programming and lambdas | Future Processing

Sztuka programowania 1148 dni, 12 godzin, 8 minut temu FutureProcessing 207 rozwiń

Let me = “introduce F#” If you wonder which programming language is the best I unfortunately have to disappoint you. There is no such thing as “the best programming language” or “the most powerful one”. Additionally, there is also no universal language which could satisfy all needs and be efficient in literally every field. Universal languages, such as very popular C#/Java, could address most, if not all, common programming tasks. However, those languages could be easily outdone by other dedicat...

[EN] Let me = "introduce F#" | Technical blog

Sztuka programowania 1313 dni, 11 godzin, 48 minut temu FutureProcessing 115 rozwiń

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