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This sounds like one of those posts that's about to draw scientifically sound conclusions. It isn't. The other day I had a discussion about various ways to express asynchronisity (or asynchronousness, whatever spell checker upsetting word you...
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That's the paraphrased summary of a mail I received yesterday... :-). Let me give a very short answer: read this stuff, check out the C# 3.0 stuff which is due to be made public later this year at the PDC in LA and you'll get an aha erlebnis. And watch...
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Note: I wrote this post a couple of weeks ago on my way to TechEd Amsterdam somewhere between Brussels and Amsterdam on the Thalys train. Finally I found the time to finalize this first post on concurrency extensions in the Comega language. I hope you...
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Introduction In the previous two posts on database access in Comega I explained how to import a database schema using Sql2Comega.exe and how to use the select keyword in Comega to query the database using the imported data access assembly that contains...
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Introduction In the first part of episode 5 of my series on "Adventures in Comega" I showed you the internal IL-kitchen of database access in Comega and how the Sql2Comega.exe tool is used to export the metadata of a database for usage in the Comega language...
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A couple of months ago I've been posting about Comega (refer to http://community.bartdesmet.net/blogs/bart/category/40.aspx for the complete list of Comega-related stuff on my blog). So, I'm back in the Comega world and I hope you'll accompany me on this...
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Introduction In the 4th episode of my "Adventures in Comega" series I'll be talking about a (smaller) language feature called "possibly-null values". As an example, consider a boolean value which has only two values (binary logic): true or false. However...
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Introduction One of the targets of the Comega language is to build a bridge between semi-structured data (read: XML) and objects. In future posts I'll describe how Comega fills the gap between relational data (read: SQL) and objects. But in this post...
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Introduction Streams in Cw are a way to create a kind of arrays (which consist of elements of a certain defined type) that are only created when these are needed (we call this lazy construction). As the matter in fact, streams are nothing more than autogenerated...
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In the upcoming days/weeks I'll be posting more about Comega on an (ir)regular basis. This first post is meant as a general introduction in the Comega project. What is it? Comega (abbreviated as Cw, w standing for the Greek letter "omega") is a research...
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