I currently try to make usefull F# examples for the company that I currently work for. I use C# for creating stuff like front-ends, main architecture, etc. And I build shared F# libraries to perform the actual computations/data processing in such a way that
it easily plugs into the main architecture... (thanks to the excellent support for OO design and .NET in F# )
I love F# because it allows me to focus on the complex problem that I want to solve, without being distracted by all the plumbing code in the background.
p.s.: Thanks to all the people at C9 for all the excellent F# video's!
Very interesting stuff. I have faced the problem of constructing a view from multiple sources on multiple occasions, while maintaining the ability to update and/or insert new data. This framework really sounds like a solution for this problem. Or am I
on the wrong track here? Like it would be great if could composite data from multiple database sources and/or other kinds of data objects/structures, because this would greatly reduce the cost and effort to be put into connecting different (software)systems
Hey Charles, Thanks again for this in-depth video! This is really the stuff I always love to see on Channel 9! Btw I like Erik Meijer. I saw him at the Microsoft Devdays in Amsterdam once. You can see he's really passionate about his work! (as are most
people in the industry, I'm sure) ~Laurens