Is the method still pure?
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How to be badass at working with Rider?
What is the F# equivalent of a C# public field?
Does the F# team still respond to bug reports?
Reasons NOT to Use F# for a Web App?
What about another fairly 'hard' science like medicine?
Is task asynchronous programming a substitute for the IO container?
What are assumptions that we never question and that determine how programming languages are designed?
What if there existed a way to canonically represent union types in a way that is properly generic and serialization format agnostic?
Is there a sample on how to use OpenIdConnect for authentication for giraffe or saturn?
Or, can we learn about software maintenance by looking at how buildings evolve in time?
Does that pure function really need to take as input an entire aggregate, or would a smaller projection do?
How to iterate a list in increments of a given number?
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Is a scientific discussion about software development possible?
You always wanted to hear about monads, applicatives and lenses in our meetups but the speakers never talked about those?
What should happen if the collection is empty?
Is there an IDE that steps through library F# code?
Where do you put the curly brackets?
What happens if we attempt to port this implementation to F#?
If working remotely does become much more prevalent in the years to come, could that give a big boost to F# and other small market share languages?