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  • Blog Post: F# agents with timeouts

    Gordon has a blog post on F# agents with timeouts In my previous post , I showed a code snippet with a very simple F# agent console application. You run the app from the console, and every time you enter a line of text, it generates a new message and posts it to the message queue of an F# agent. An...
  • Blog Post: The F# Journal: Low Latency Allocationless Programming on .NET

    The latest article from The F# Journal is on a topic I sometimes get asked about when talking to people doing low-latency financial trading systems: Allocationless programming on .NET "An extreme technique used in some latency-critical applications is to completely circumvent the garbage collector...
  • Blog Post: F# London Meetup Tomorrow, May 5: Simon Cousins on Real-time(ish) Market Analysis in F#

    Tomorrow is the next F#unctional Londoners Meetup ! Simon Cousins will be talking on Real-time(ish) Market Analysis in F# Thursday, May 5, 2011 at 6:30 PM The Skills Matter eXchange - 116-120 Goswell Road London Simon Cousins is a software developer actively applying muti-paradigm programming...
  • Blog Post: My Talk at TechEd Europe 2010: A Taste of F# - Today and Future

    Recently I gave a talk at TechEd Europe, in Berlin, entitled A Taste of F# - Today and Future , available below as slides + audio. If you don't get the player below, then here's the site with the raw WMV files . I was happy with how this talk went. I hope it is a good resource for the F# community...
  • Blog Post: F#unctional Londoners Meetup Group, next Wednesday, 24th Nov

    The next F#unctional Londoners Meetup Group is on next Wednesday, 24th Nov, featuring two great speakers - Tomas Petricek and Phil Trelford. I'll be there, and am looking forward to it. Tomas Petricek : Writing concurrent applications using agents In this talk I will show you how to implement message...
  • Blog Post: C# and VB - towards joining F# with asynchronous programming support

    I am very pleased to report that a vision of the future of C# and Visual Basic was outlined today where they are moving to join F# in offering what I call language-integrated asynchronous programming support . This was outlined today at PDC10 by Anders Hejlsberg , the designer of C# and Technical Fellow...
  • Blog Post: The F# Asynchronous Programming Model, PADL 2011

    [ The draft was updated on 22/10/10 and 8/11/10 ] The F# asynchronous programming model dates to 2007, and was published in product documentation and Expert F# . However, until now we haven't had a submitted, succinct conference-style description of the core idea of the model: language integrated...
  • Blog Post: A variation on Matt Moloney's Undo/Redo "Memento" pattern

    Yesterday Matt Moloney posted a nice implementation of the "Memento" pattern , which implements an undo/redo stack. Significant pieces are The state is held in an agent . This is not 100% needed, but makes for a nice example of using agents in this way. The agent is encapsulated in an object...
  • Blog Post: Async and Parallel Design Patterns in F#: Agents

    In part 3 of this series, we explore lightweight , reactive agents in F# and look at some typical design patterns associated with these agents, including isolated internal state . Part 1 describes how F# is a parallel and reactive language with support for light-weight reactions, and gives patterns...
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