I've recently been delving into functional programming especially Haskell and F#, the prior more so. After some googling around I could not find a benchmark comparison of the more prominent functional ...
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 currently learning the two languages F-Sharp and Scala. These two languages are, in my opinion, both quite comprehensive to grasp. Nonetheless, what seems to make Scala and F-Sharp similar, is ...
F# and Scala are both functional programming langugages that don't force the developer to only use immutable datatypes. They both have support for objects, can use libraries written in other languages ...