F#

Book Review: F# for C# Developers

This book looks interesting enough to give it a try. I’ll order a copy today.

The Education of a Programmer (Me)

I recently read F# for C# Developers by Tao Liu. As usual, the disclaimer is that I received a copy of the book for free in return for the review. This one was a challenge. Not because of the programming paradigm shift from imperative driven programming in C# to functional programming in F#, but because the density of the book and my having read a different book on F# rather recently.

Mr Liu is most certainly an expert on F#, both from his work at Microsoft and this book. However there were times when I felt a little frustrated in reading the book. My favourite chapter of this book was Chapter 3 where he examines design patterns which can be found in C# and then applies these patterns to F# code. It remains dense reading, but it demonstrates those patterns very well. Mr Liu takes the notion, as I read…

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