There was a talk given by Brian Hurt about advantages and disadvantages of static typing. Brian said that by static typing he don't mean C#, but F# and Haskell. Is it because of dynamic keyword added ...
From a high level programming perspective, where does the 'different-paradigm' barrier between C# and F# really kick in?
I'm aware that they both use different programming paradigms, but from a high level perspective apart from differing syntax it seems most basic tasks can be achieved in similar fashion. I only say ...
In a blog post on F# for fun and profit, it says: In a functional design, it is very important to separate behavior from data. The data types are simple and "dumb". And then separately, you ...
I serialized lambda expressions in C# before. Now I wanna use F# instead of C# for serialization and deserialization. I heard F# is better in this area. Is it true? How can I do that with F#? I’d ...
F# comes out of the box with an interactive REPL. C# has nothing of the sort and is in fact kinda difficult to play around without setting up a full project (though LINQpad works and its also possible ...
Hi I am an intern working with ASP.NET. My current task is to make a website which will incorporate some jquery viewing features. This project seems to me will be primarily dealing with reading data ...
In the past few years, the languages I like to use are becoming more and more "functional". I now use languages that are a sort of "hybrid": C#, F#, Scala. I like to design my application using ...
I am seeing that Microsoft is concentrating too much on F#. What type of language it is going to be and will it replace the C# user base? In the last few months I am noticing Ruby posts in some ...
What are some good practices when trying to teach declarative programming to imperative programmers?
I offered to do a little bit training in F# at my company and they seemed to show some interest. They are generally VB6 and C# programmers who don't follow programming with too much passion. That ...