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  • New drop of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) available

    It's been a long time I've written epic blog posts over here, but for a good reason. We've been working very hard on getting a new Rx release out the door and I'm proud to announce it's available now through http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/devlabs/ee794896.aspx . Notice we got a ...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 05/03/2010
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – Functional fun and taming side-effects

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs , you’ll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable<T> and IObserver<T> interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9 . In this series, I’ll focus on the dual of the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 07/01/2010
  • The Essence of LINQ – MinLINQ

    Introduction Before reaching the catharsis in the “More LINQ with System.Interactive” series over here, I wanted to ensure a solid understanding of the essence of LINQ in my reader base. Often people forget the true essence of a technology due to the large number of auxiliary frameworks and extensions...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 01/01/2010
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – More combinators for your Swiss Army Knife

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs , you’ll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable<T> and IObserver<T> interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9 . In this series, I’ll focus on the dual of the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 30/12/2009
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – Exploiting the code = data relationship

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs , you’ll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable<T> and IObserver<T> interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9 . In this series, I’ll focus on the dual of the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 29/12/2009
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – Sequences under construction

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs , you’ll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable<T> and IObserver<T> interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9 . In this series, I’ll focus on the dual of the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 28/12/2009
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – Exceptional Exception Handling

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs , you’ll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable<T> and IObserver<T> interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9 . In this series, I’ll focus on the dual of the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 27/12/2009
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – The Ultimate Imperative

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs , you’ll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable<T> and IObserver<T> interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9 . In this series, I’ll focus on the dual of the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 26/12/2009
  • More LINQ with System.Interactive – Getting Started

    With the recent release of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on DevLabs , you’ll hear quite a bit about reactive programming, based on the IObservable<T> and IObserver<T> interfaces. A great amount of resources is available on Channel 9 . In this series, I’ll focus on the dual of the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 25/12/2009
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