Function composition in C#3.0 (Stay calm, gather information and then do the right thing)

12 May 2007 In the last post I was talking about how we could create the natural Haskell function composition operator into C# and my first solution (also contained as the Functional assembly in the attached solution) was one based on the possibilities provided by the 2.0 Version of the .NET framework. It...

How much Haskell can I squeeze out of C#?

10 May 2007 You know all this talk about a new language every year and that it should be something different, etc. Since functions are playing a more & more important role in C#, I thought that it would make sense to have a look at a language that has been functional all...

Trying to LINQ it all together (Pt. I) - Epilogue

29 Apr 2007 In the last post I said that I thought I’d have a bug in the keyword-based LINQ expression building. Of course, this is bollocks and not of the dog variety. In my defense, the documentation I had read was getting it wrong, too, but other Microsoft online documentation gets it...

Trying to LINQ it all together (Pt. I)

25 Apr 2007 Yeah, yeah, we’ve all done our from thingy in stuff where thingy.Age > 26, etc., etc. I wanted to try something else for starters. I fired up my March CTP Orcas and got myself a Person (as usual, I can relate to them). The list I create for testing looks...

Cellular life

12 Apr 2007 You wouldn’t think that’s it’s just about DNA, now, would you? Here is an amazing animation from Harvard University showing some of the processes involved in having a white blood cell move and react to a source of inflammation. http://multimedia.mcb.harvard.edu/anim_innerlife_hi.html There is a lot of talk that may leave you...