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Feb
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comment Assembly as a First Programming Language?
Computer Science certainly has abstracts subjects, but it's also very "close to the hardware" in some respects. I once attended LICS, a Computer Science conference. I remember it had papers about data locality of various sorting algorithms which I imagine gives theoretical foundations to the study of practical efficiency of algorithms. Regarding assembly, I personally find it has some resemblance to some theoretical computation models (Turing machines, counter machines...)
Jan
3
comment Real world pitfalls of introducing F# into a large codebase and engineering team
All very relevant information, I'm not sure why people are down-voting your post. As much as I like F#, the question has to do with its negative sides, and posts pointing these out should not be down-voted by F#-lovers.
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Jan
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answered Real world pitfalls of introducing F# into a large codebase and engineering team
Jan
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comment Real world pitfalls of introducing F# into a large codebase and engineering team
You are asking for real-life pitfalls, but are including potential pitfalls in your question. This is inviting for more "imaginary" pitfalls in answers, or for off-topic answers refuting the pitfalls you are considering. If would downvote your because of this formulation problem if I could (reputation too low)
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