Blog articles tagged 'f#'

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on 11/2/2014 5:51 AM
Verena Lowensburg was a Swiss painter and graphic designer, assocciated with the concrete art movement. I came across some of her work while searching for pieces by Richard Paul Lohse. Again I’ve selected some pieces and attempted to draw them procedural[...]
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on 10/30/2014 1:23 AM
There’s just a week to go until the Progressive F# Tutorials returns to Skills Matter in London, on Nov 6-7, and it’s never too late to book. The tutorials are a 2 day / 2 track event community event made up of 3 hour long hands on sessions with industry[...]
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on 10/29/2014 12:26 PM
This is a bugfix release for cloud workspace management.
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on 10/28/2014 4:06 AM
This release adds cloud workspace management and bug fixes.
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on 10/27/2014 12:34 AM
Richard Paul Lohse was a Swiss born painter and graphic artist who typically produced pieces that had “interacting colour elements in various logical/mathematical relations visible to the eye” Out of curiosity I’ve taken a small number of Lohse’s work, g[...]
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on 10/26/2014 11:01 PM
From time to time, I get absorbed by questions for no clear reason. This is one of these times – you have been warned. So here is the question: can I use a logistic map to encode an arbitrary list of 1s and 0s into a single float, and generate back the s[...]
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on 10/26/2014 10:18 PM
Dear all, Thank you for being with us during these two years, reading the news and participating in community life. Thank you to everyone who contributed to F# Community Projects and Visual F#. I hope you will stay with us and I will be glad to see new fa[...]
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on 10/22/2014 8:59 AM
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on 10/20/2014 12:27 AM
Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from past weeks: News MBrace framework is now open source – join the community. Amyris won presidential green chem award for Farnesane. This is an (very applied) F# application. Are you using FsCheck from C#? [...]
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on 10/18/2014 1:27 PM
Problem Consider the following “magic” 3-gon ring, filled with the numbers 1 to 6, and each line adding to nine. Working clockwise, and starting from the group of three with the numerically lowest external node (4,3,2 in this example), each solution can b[...]
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