In recent years I’ve observed a strong trend towards using reducers in software architectures. This recent rise to prominence offers benefits to software quality worth discussing.
Let me tell you why you should take a good long look at F# and how it could fit into your team, the types of benefits it offers, and how it can change how you think about .NET development in general.
This is part two of a tutorial series on using F# to build a genetic algorithm in .NET Core. By the end of the article you’ll learn a lot more about the specifics of F# and we’ll have a player controlled squirrel that can move around the game world. By the […]
This is part 1 in a new tutorial series on creating a genetic algorithm in F# and .NET Core 3.0. This tutorial is focused on creating a new console application and learning some of the basics of F#. By the end of this tutorial you should be able to: Understand the […]
This is a comparison of C# and F# implementations of programming a simple neural network library. A neural net is essentially a calculator that takes one or more numerical inputs and computes one or more numerical outputs.