Tag Archives: IEnumerable

Asynchrony, Concurrency and Parallelism

0 Index 1 Introduction 2 Microsoft .NET 2.1 Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) 2.2 Async 2.3 F# First-Class Events 2.4 Five-Spice Powder 3 Google Go 3.1. The Language 3.2 Practical Matters 3.3 Origins 4 References 1 Introduction Concurrency and (orthogonally) … Continue reading

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Lazy Evaluation in C#

Laziness,or Deferred Execution as it is called in C# ,is the program behavior that an expression is not evaluated before its value is needed. In C# this is made possible natively through iterators which the C# compiler transforms into state … Continue reading

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Information

I have always been interested in breaking down data and concepts into fundamental pieces. In a way everything can be decomposed into bits, at least in the realm of data. And so it always appeared unnatural to me that programming … Continue reading

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C/AL++

Navision C/AL can be quite monotonous to develop in – which is also one of its strengths – strength through simplicity, but sometimes one simply desires some power tools to get past the endless repetitive boiler-plate code. Microsoft .Net Framework, … Continue reading

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