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In real life and OO programming we’re often faced with using adapters, DVI to VGA, 1/4” to 1/8” audio connections, 110V to 220V, wrapping an incompatible interface with a new one, and so on. Where the adapter pattern is generally considered for interfaces and classes a similar technique can be applied to method signatures. To be fair, this adaptation ......

We begin this particular piece of our adventure into functional programming with some WCF code unification. This same technique can be used with other constructs including database connections and anything that has a setup/tear down template. I have a small set of example code using WCF which I’ll be using as an example. The specifics of the WCF calls, ......

But first, a brief introduction as to what prompted this line of posting. At PDC ‘09 I had the pleasure of making acquaintances with Jon Galloway and Steve Andrews who challenged me to do more than practice & talk with co-workers and put together a talk and the suggested topic for said talk was – functional programming. Well, I’m not quite at the ......

Having the privilege to attend PDC ‘09 and going to local user groups (PADNUG, PDXSLUG, and OSQL-d) throughout 2009 brought up an interesting conversation with a college about having a conversation with a stranger where you know quite a bit more about them than they know about you thanks to the internet and social media. Certainly what one publishes ......

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