Tag: C#

  1. Cross Language Application Messaging with RabbitMQ and Protocol Buffers

    There are many cases when an old application becomes very large and things rev up that no one could have predicted early on in the design. The business then grows, and we need a way to scale, work with newer technology or find a way to make the output of…

    on Protobuf Java RabbitMQ coldfusion C# .NET

  2. Better Search Functionality with Lucene.NET

    I've been on a Big Data and machine learning ... learning spree lately and ran across Apache Solr. Apache Solr is a whole application that lets you power search functionality for many things. It has data importers for a lot of file types from XML, CSVs and even connectors to database…

    on SearchEngine Lucene C# .NET

  3. Starting Reactive Extensions With Existing Events In C#

    Reactive extensions treats our events as a type of stream that works with LINQ, allowing us to query, filter, and transform our events. It's particularly useful when business logic gets increasingly complex or when you have to deal with asynchrony. I particularly like this way of dealing with events as…

    on Rx Reactive events C#

  4. F# Events From C# Application

    If we had some kind of long running task in an F# library, we want to be able to fork that off and execute that task in parallel from our main program and deal with it later when some interesting event is fired. This article is about listening to that…

    on C# Fsharp events

  5. Calling An F# Library From C# to Import A CSV File Into SQL Server

    Parsing and dealing with CSV files in F# is dead easy when using the amazing FSharp.Data Type Provider. I've been on vacation for 6 weeks and in that time I've been reading up on F# and data mining. It's absolutely amazing how succinct F# is and it suits perfectly…

    on SQL FSharp.Data F# Fsharp C#

  6. Easy File Uploads in MVC with DropzoneJs

    File uploading is one of those things that's pretty standard for websites. Getting it right and customizable to your needs usually requires a little more work though. Especially if the business requirement is restricting file types or wants some custom events to happen based on event x, and having backward…

    on MVC dropzonejs C#