F# Weekly #9, 2015

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F# Weekly #8, 2015

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F# Weekly #7, 2015

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F# Weekly #6, 2015

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Articles about using F# to implement Lisp

Originally posted on Jorge Tavares Notes:

I was looking for examples of Lisp implementations using F# and found these 3 interesting series of blog posts. You can find other posts about implementing Lisp or Scheme using F# but these were the ones I found more comprehensive and different enough to compare different implementations. Although these Lisp implementations are learning experiments and not for production use, it’s fun to see how they are implemented. The series are the following ones:

Tim Robinson’sLisp Compiler in F#:

  1. Introduction
  2. Parsing with fslex and fsyacc
  3. Expression trees and .NET methods
  4. http://www.partario.com/blog/2009/06/lisp-compiler-in-f-il-generation.html
  5. What’s next?

Ashley Nathan Feniello’sFScheme series:

  1. Scheme in F#
  2. Just ‘let’ Me Be Already!
  3. Lambda the Ultimate!
  4. Rinse and Recurse
  5. What ‘letrec’ Can’t Do
  6. What’s Lisp Without Lists?!
  7. No Wait, Macro the Ultimate!
  8. Oh, The Humanity!
  9. Language vs. Library
  10. Turning Your Brain Inside Out with Continuations
  11. Playing Dice with the Universe
  12. Functional I/O (or at least…

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F# Weekly #5, 2015

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Stormin’ F#

Originally posted on Faisal's space:

Apache Storm is a scalable ‘stream computing’ platform that is fast gaining popularity. Hadoop and Storm can share the same cluster and the two complement each other well for different computing needs – batch for Hadoop and near-real-time for Storm.

Storm provides a macro architecture for executing ‘big data’ stream processing ‘topologies’. For example, one easily increase the parallelism of any node in the Storm topology to suit the performance requirements.

For streaming analytics, however, Storm does not offer much help out of the box. Often one has to write the needed analytic logic from scratch. Wouldn’t it be nice if one could use something like Reactive Extensions (Rx) within Storm components?

Luckily Nathan Marz – the original author of Storm – chose to enable Storm with multi-language support. While Storm itself is written in Clojure and Java, it implements a (relatively simple?) language-independent protocol that can be used with basically…

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F# Weekly #4, 2015

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F# Weekly #3, 2015

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