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  • re: More LINQ with System.Interactive – Functional fun and taming side-effects

    Hi Omer, That's right but not quite as smart as one would expect, since you still need to tell how much enumerators are going to consume the resource. However, inferring that is not feasible because of various operators having a dynamic behavior with regards to the number of iterations that are going to happen (e.g. SelectMany where the source is ...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 07-01-2010
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – Functional fun and taming side-effects

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs, youll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable&lt;T&gt; and IObserver&lt;T&gt; interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9. In this series, Ill focus on the dual of the System.Reactive assembly, which is ...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 07-01-2010
  • re: The Essence of LINQ – MinLINQ

    Hi Bob, I fixed the excessive loading time, which I experienced over here too, but still can't repro the problem with the images. I'll continue some spot-checking on both domains. Thanks, -Bart
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 03-01-2010
  • Top 9 Posts from 2009

    select top 9 [Subject] from dbo.cs_Posts where postlevel = 1 and usertime &lt; &#39;01/01/2010&#39; and usertime &gt;= &#39;01/01/2009&#39; order by TotalViews desc Forgive me for the classic SQL, but here are the results with some short annotations inline: (Mis)using C# 4.0 Dynamic Type-Free Lambda Calculus, Church Numerals, and ...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 03-01-2010
  • re: The Essence of LINQ – MinLINQ

    Hi Bob, Long time no see. Hope everything is fine on your side. It seems everything is working here. People have notified me of problems on my RSS feeds, which I have to look into. However, in a regular browser things look fine. Can you confirm this is the case? Problems likely come from the fact I'm hosting images on a different server, so if ...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 02-01-2010
  • LINQSQO v4.0 and MinLINQ v1.0 Now Available for Download

    Introduced in my previous blog post on The Essence of LINQ MinLINQ, the first release of this project is now available for reference at the LINQSQO CodePlex website at http://linqsqo.codeplex.com. Compared to the write-up over here in my previous post, there are a few small differences and caveats: Only FEnumerable functionality is available ...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 02-01-2010
  • The Essence of LINQ – MinLINQ

    Introduction Before reaching the catharsis in the More LINQ with System.Interactive series over here, I wanted to ensure a solid understanding of the essence of LINQ in my reader base. Often people forget the true essence of a technology due to the large number of auxiliary frameworks and extensions that are being provided. Or worse, sometimes ...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 01-01-2010
  • re: More LINQ with System.Interactive – Exploiting the code = data relationship

    Hi Jason, This Concat overload is new too. See my subsequent post on the combinators for an explanation. In particular, Concat, Merge and Amb all have the same three overloads (IE&lt;IE&lt;T&gt;&gt;, IE&lt;T&gt;[] with params and one with IE&lt;T&gt; twice). Thanks, -Bart
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 31-12-2009
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – More combinators for your Swiss Army Knife

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs, youll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable&lt;T&gt; and IObserver&lt;T&gt; interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9. In this series, Ill focus on the dual of the System.Reactive assembly, which is ...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 30-12-2009
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – Exploiting the code = data relationship

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs, youll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable&lt;T&gt; and IObserver&lt;T&gt; interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9. In this series, Ill focus on the dual of the System.Reactive assembly, which is ...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 29-12-2009
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