Content tagged with: functional programming
Functional Programming has been around for a while, but it is gaining popularity, especially due to direct support in languages on the JVM and the CLR. Writing code in functional style is not about syntax. It is a paradigm shift. In this presentation, using examples from F# and C#, you will learn how to write code in functional style. We will start out discussing the elements of functional programming and then look at examples of some common operations and how you can implement those in functional style.
A panel discussion on using F# for functional programming with F# experts Phil Trelford, Chris Marinos, Tomas Petricek & Simon Cousins.
Modern programming thrives on rich spaces of data, information and services. With F# 3.0, you now have a tool that massively simplifies information-rich programming with enterprise and web data sources. F# 3.0 provides world-beating support for the direct language integration of massive information sources through a new technique called F# type providers. In this talk, we will describe the new features of F# 3.0 and show how you can use it to greatly simplify data access and transformation programming with SQL, Hadoop and REST APIs.
In this F# lightning talk, Kit Eason delivers a presentation on “From Requirements to Performant Code, Performant Code”.
The F# koans will lead you on the path to F# enlightenment. The F# koans are a set of exercises in the form of tests designed to teach you the F# language. This video provides a better understanding of both the syntax and the culture of F# programming.