February 2008 - Posts

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Resharper 4.0 Nightly Builds Now Released by podwysocki

A recent announcement was made on the altdotnet mailing list that made me jump for joy today. Ilya Ryzhenkov and the great folks at JetBrains have published the nightly builds for Resharper 4.0 . The download for this can be found here and you might want...
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RockNUG Meeting - ASP.NET MVC + Updates by podwysocki

Tonight, put on the DVR and come out to the Rockville .NET Users Group (RockNUG) for a presentation by Jeff Schoolcraft on ASP.NET MVC . The timing of course couldn't be more appropriate as ScottGu has recently posted about the ASP.NET MVC Framework Update...
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ALT.NET Open Spaces, Seattle Sold Out! by podwysocki

Within a mere set of hours, ALT.NET Open Spaces, Seattle is officially sold out! Don't worry if you have a registration code, you still have plenty of time to register. We have a wait list if you still wish to attend, so don't let that discourage you...
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ALT.NET Open Spaces, Seattle Registration Open by podwysocki

Darn it, Dave beat me to it here . Anyhow, yes, as noted, the registration for ALT.NET Open Spaces, Seattle is now open and you can find it here . This site requires OpenID in order to register with just your name and email address. Feel free to use any...
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Adventures in F# - F# 101 Part 1 by podwysocki

Update: Added more topics Part 2 - Currying, Tuples and Returning Values from Functions Part 3 - Scope, Recursion and Anonymous Functions Part 4 - History of F#, Operators and Lists In some previous posts, I pointed you to a bunch of links to help get...
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Adventures in Compilers - Building on the DLR by podwysocki

So, I can admit, I've been on a bit of a kick with compilers and such after my posts on DSLs, Compilers and the Irony of it All and Lang.NET and Rolling Your Own . Today is no different, but this time, I'm just intrigued by targeting the DLR instead of...
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Software Transactional Memory and F# by podwysocki

Since I have a rather long commute to and from work, I have the opportunity to get caught up on all sorts of podcasts and such. Very recently, I listened to the DotNetRocks Episode 310 with Simon Peyton Jones on Haskell and Functional Programming. It...
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DC ALT.NET Site Now Up by podwysocki

Well, after much trial and tribulation, we finally have our DC ALT.NET site up. Thanks to Phil McMillan and Entropy Zero Consulting for hosting the site! Right now it's a work in progress and I hope to have it more complete tomorrow. As per usual with...
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DSLs, Compilers and the Irony of it All by podwysocki

In a previous post, I posted about the Lang.NET symposium and rolling your own compiler. I cited an MSDN article that was a good starter for someone interested in writing that new language in .NET we've all been waiting for. It's not by any means to get...
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Ruby.NET Is Dead; Long Live Ruby.NET by podwysocki

As I noted yesterday , Dr. Wayne Kelly, the leader of Ruby.NET project , attended the 2008 Lang.NET Symposium last week led a discussion of how he wrapped Ruby, a dynamic language, on top of the static CLI. Of note of course in that speech was how hard...
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