Aspects of Functional Programming in C# Presentation and Code Redux

Last month, I posted my Functional C# presentation for the Rockville .NET User Group (RockNUG).  Yesterday, I was able to finally present the material, although I was feeling under the weather and there was a lot of information in just that brief amount of time.  So, I'm going to repost the materials just in case someone missed them.  I'm adding a few things as well which may be of interest.  I'm hoping to expand this for upcoming code camps.

Here are some resources that will be helpful in covering functional programming aspects:

Functional Programming


C# Futures


Functional Programming Aspects with C#


Books


Podcasts


Video Presentations


I've continued to add to my Functional C# project as time goes along.  This is intended to be a library of functional programming techniques in C# 3.0 and some demonstrations of moving from imperative style programming to a more functional programming style.  This is an ongoing project and more will be added in time, and I may end up just putting them up not as samples, but as a library.  But in the mean time, there are a lot of interesting topics that are being covered.

Some of the topics covered in these code projects are:


My slide deck can be found here and my code snippets once again can be found here.

As I discussed last night, the DC ALT.NET meeting is on August 28 from 7-9PM with Jeff Schoolcraft on Approaching Ruby.  Details can be found on my previous post.  Hope to see a great crowd, and don't forget to RSVP!

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Published Thursday, August 14, 2008 8:12 PM by podwysocki

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