Monatsarchiv: November 2013

Get files recursive by using list or sequence

Within this article I want to show you a little application which recursive searches all files in directories and subdirectories and write the results to a text file. This article contains two possible solutions for this application. One solution is … Weiterlesen

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MOOC Review: CS-169.2x Advanced Software as a Service

  Course   information Institution Berkeley, University of California Course CS-169.2x Advanced Software as a Service Date Autumn 2013 Platform edx   Course content Topics Advanced Rails Legacy Code Teams Design Patterns Java Script Deployment and Monitoring Performance and Security … Weiterlesen

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How to use a F# library in a C# application

Within this article I want to show you the steps you have to do if you want to use a F# library in a C# application.   Step 1: Create the F# library At first you have to create a … Weiterlesen

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Lexical scope vs. dynamic scope

One of the basic concepts of all programming languages is scoping of variables. There existing two main concepts: lexical scope and dynamic scope.   Lexical scope The following example shows an F# function. The function foo uses the variable x … Weiterlesen

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MOOC Review: Internet History, Technology, and Security

  Course   information Institution University of Michigan Course Internet History, Technology, and Security Date Summer 2013 Platform coursera   Course content Topics Introduction to the Course and The Dawn of Electronic Computing (1940-1960) The First Internet (1960-1990) The World … Weiterlesen

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Prime number calculation in one line of code

Within this article I want to show you how to calculate prime numbers in F# by writing only one line of code. This shows the strength and elegance of functional programming languages. In the first step we want to think … Weiterlesen

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