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Yesterday, my coworker Lou Franco pointed me to a fantastic talk by Anders Hejlsberg on the future of programming languages. In this talk Anders argues that the future of programming language development will be focused on three events: the explosion in the use of Dynamic Languages, the creation of many new Domain Specific Languages and the ...
I'll be at New England Code Camp 10
tomorrow giving another talk about functional programming and
concurrency in F#. It will be fairly similar to my previous talks in
terms of ideas and content, however, I have put a lot of work into
making the functional programming ideas easier to understand. The code
samples have also been updated ...
I am down in Bloomfield, CT today at Hartford CodeCamp which has been put on by the Connecticut .NET Developer's Group. I just gave a very similar version my talk on the 5th. The room was completely full and I was a bit weak and foggy from my recent illness but with my audience's help I was able to pull together with a decent presentation. I am ...
I'm going to be giving a presentation at the my local .NET User's group tonight. The goal of my talk will be to expose the audience to F# as well as some Functional Programming Ideas.
Here's a basic rundown of what the talk is about (in order):
- What F# is and why it's important- A very basic rundown of F# syntax- The ease of ...
I gave an hour long talk today, here at Atalasoft, on Concurrency in F#. It featured some slides and a small ant colony simulation to demonstrate different kinds of threading. Overall, I liked developing in F# quite a bit; however, puzzling through the interpreter errors was a brutal process indeed.
You can grab my slides here and ...