Lab #1: Represent the state of a Rubik's Cube. Just go to http://fable.io/repl2 Lab #2: Write a scrambler. Don't click this when you're doing lab #1, you cheater! Special repl2 link...
I recently gave a talk on graphs at Philly.Net's 2018 Code Camp. It was a full room, and I had a great time giving this talk for the first time. If you came to the talk, thanks! This was a talk on the Graph data structure, subtopics ranging from
There is a lot of content released under the Pluralsight brand. To be a bit more specific, there are 6529 courses on Pluralsight at the time of writing. (check out the current listings here.) Considering I have a tendency to get far too into the organization of action over actual
... because there's nothing better than *DD acronyms, right? Tl;dr - F# lets you write pseudocode. Once that pseudocode compiles, your program is probably right (or very close to it). (This is just another sales pitch for the |> operator) I gave a F# hands-on lab session to a local