Monthly Archives: April 2017

Lambda Days 2017 – My conference round-up

Almost 3 months ago, on February 9 and 10, the 2017 edition of Lambda Days, the conference dedicated to Functional Programming, took place in Kraków, Poland. I had the chance… Read more »

F# vs C#: a performance comparison with BenchmarkDotNet

[EDIT – 02/05/2017] I received quite a lot of comments regarding this post about how it does not fairly reflect the differences between F# and C# and also suggesting possible… Read more »

Being REST-like in WebSharper – Part 2

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Today I will take up where I left off last time and flesh out my PizzaManager REST-like API a bit. But before I start, I promised last time that I… Read more »

Putting together the Software Dream-Team

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If you read some of my previous posts on this blog, you will find that I am equally interested in both the technical and social aspects of Software development. As… Read more »

Programmers want to have fun, too!

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Being a programmer can be very stressful at times. Incomplete specifications, hidden bugs that hit on a Friday afternoon, project failures, Youtube being blocked at work… There’s a lot of… Read more »

Overview of WebSharper’s templating engine – Part 2, Data holes

This is the second post of our series dedicated to WebSharper’s templating engine. In the first and previous post, we introduced the concept of text holes, a very simple but… Read more »