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  • Blog Post: Luca Bolognese leaves Microsoft

    This is my last post on this blog. My new blog is here: http://lucabolognese.wordpress.com/ I accepted a role as Director for Credit Suisse in London. I’m excited by the opportunity to work in the financial industry, a long-standing desire of mine. I’m also excited to write more F# code and to be closer...
  • Blog Post: LChart: displaying charts in F# – Part I

    I want to use F# as a exploratory data analysis language (like R ). But I don’t know how to get the same nice graphic capabilities. So I decided to create them. Here is a library to draw charts in F#. It steals ideas from this book and this R package . It is nothing more than a wrapper on top of the...
  • Blog Post: Excel Financial Functions upgraded to Visual Studio 2010 RC

    Here is a link to the home page: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/FinancialFunctions/Wiki/View.aspx?title=Home
  • Blog Post: New version of LAgent compatible with VS 2010 RC online

    My crazy agent framework now works with RC: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/LAgent
  • Blog Post: A simpler F# MailboxProcessor

    I always forget the pattern to use to create a functioning MailboxProcessor in F#. I mean, which piece has to be async and how to structure the recursive loop. When I find myself in that kind of a situation situation, my instincts scream at me: “Wrap it and make it work how your mind expects it to work...
  • Blog Post: The F#unctional Londoners Meetup Group

    If you live in London and work with F#, you should join http://www.meetup.com/FSharpLondon/ Also, if you don’t work with F#, but you’d like too, and you live in London you should join it. Also if you don’t live in London, but you’d like to and you’d like not to work on F# … Ok, you get the point.
  • Blog Post: LAgent: an agent framework in F# – Part X – ActiveObject

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: Luca at PDC 2009 next week

    I’ll be in Los Angeles next week for PDC 2009. My session is called “ Future Directions for C# and Visual Basic ” and it comes on Tuesday immediately after the first keynote. I’m planning on spending the first half of the session talking about the biggest trends influencing C# and VB. The second part...
  • Blog Post: LAgent: an agent framework in F# – Part VIII - Implementing MapReduce (user model)

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: LAgent: an agent framework in F# – part VII – An auction application

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: LAgent: an agent framework in F# – Part VI – Hot swapping of code (and something silly)

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: LAgent: an agent framework in F# – Part V – Timeout management

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: LAgent: an agent framework in F# – Part IV – Custom error management

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: LAgent: an agent framework in F# – Part III – Default error management

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: LAgent : an agent framework in F# – Part II – Agents and control messages

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: LAgent : an agent framework in F# – Part I – Workers and ParallelWorkers

    Download framework here . All posts are here: Part I - Workers and ParallelWorkers Part II - Agents and control messages Part III - Default error management Part IV - Custom error management Part V - Timeout management Part VI - Hot swapping of code Part VII - An auction framework Part VIII – Implementing...
  • Blog Post: Luke talks about F# on Channel9

    Here you go: http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Charles/Luke-Hoban-Latest-version-of-F-Released-Whats-the-story-Whats-next/
  • Blog Post: A version of the AsyncCache found its way into the Parallel Programming samples …

    Go here to download them. It is in \ParallelExtensionsExtras\CoordinationDataStructures. It has a slightly different design in that it returns Tasks. I’m trying to get Stephen to blog about it so that you can compare them.
  • Blog Post: I talk about C# and VB Co-Evolution on Channel9 (and some F# …)

    The title says it all. If you are interested, go here .
  • Blog Post: Luca at NDC in Oslo 17 – 19 June 2009

    I’ll be speaking about the future of C# and F#. Oslo brings back so many memories …   “one of the world’s most important conferences for IT developers and leaders”
  • Blog Post: Bayesian inference in F# – Part IIb – Finding Maia underlying attitude

    Other parts: Part I – Background Part II – A simple example – modeling Maia The previous post ended on this note. let MaiaJointProb attitude action = match attitude with | Happy -> happyActions |> List.assoc action | UnHappy -> unHappyActions |> List.assoc action | Quiet...
  • Blog Post: Financial Functions for .NET released !

    Today I released the following library on CodeGallery. It is the result of three months of coding during my paternity leave in Italy. You can get it from here . What is it? This is a .NET library that provides the full set of financial functions from Excel. The main goal for the library is compatibility...
  • Blog Post: Bayesian inference in F# - Part IIa - A simple example - modeling Maia

    Other parts: Part I - Background Part IIb - Finding Maia underlying attitude Let's start with a simple example: inferring the underlying attitude of a small baby by observing her actions. Let's call this particular small baby Maia. People always asks her father if she is a 'good' baby or...
  • Blog Post: Bayesian inference in F# - Part I - Background

    Other posts: Part IIa - A simple example - modeling Maia Part IIb - Finding Maia underlying attitude My interest in Bayesian inference comes from my dissatisfaction with 'classical' statistics. Whenever I want to know something, for example the probability that an unknown parameter...
  • Blog Post: My F# PDC presentation is online (+ ppt and demo application)

    You can watch it here . Also I attached the demo application I built on stage.
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