Monday 14th November, 2011
11:30am to 12:30pm
Using a “combinator” approach to create internal Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) is something that has been popular in Haskell and the ML family of programming languages for quite some time. Much has been written about it in academic circles, yet this approach to creating DSLs has yet to become popular in main stream industrial programming. Now that F#, a member of the ML family of programming languages, is available out of the box in Visual Studio 2010, this means that these techniques are now much more accessible to programmers working in industry.
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