Find some hints on how to build reusable statically linked C++ binaries with the help of docker
Here you can find some hints on how you can install and run monodevelop in a docker container
I have started implementing an ejabberd module that targets the experimental 'Message Archive Management' (XEP-0313) specification.
Example on how to use a python script for the external ejabberd authentication mechanism
Useful plugins and settings you may want to know when using vim for programming
Small introduction on how to write a custom HTTP module for ejabberd
I have just released the version 1.0 of my .NET XML serializer written in F#. Have a look and give it a try!
Mysteriously Visual Studio does not allow to add folders to F# projects. However it is perfectly possible to do so anyway.
Ever wanted to create or override a function with an out parameter in F#? This is how it's done.
Generating the Conway look-and-say sequence in haskell
Ever wondered how to write an extension method for arrays in F#? This is how it can be done...
First part of a possibly longer series on solving 99 problems in scala
Project Euler problem - the twentieth
The solution of the 16. problem from Project Euler
Another Project Euler solution - number 6 this time
The solution of the second problem from Project Euler
Solution of the first problem of Project Euler written in Scala
Ever tried to compile a lambda expression in F# into an internal delegate type? Well, if you actually did you will know it does not work as you probably would expect.
Implementing the singleton pattern in F#.
Since I always forget how to properly implement an ObjectDataProvider in WPF I will give a short explanation.
In case you want to have an observable object in F# for example to use it in a WPF application this is a convenient way to implement such thing.
The next post in the upcoming Project Euler series
Solution of the first problem of Project Euler
As a part of my latest interest in functional programming and Haskell in particular, I switched my blog from rstblog to Hakyll.
I just recently tried to build a small WPF application in F# and although Visual Studio 2010 does not provide great support for WPF in concerns of F# the experience was not as bad as expected.
For all you haskell programmers out there having or choosing to use windows, using Console2 is a great way to improve the ghci experience.
Get a small impression about my ongoing learnings on functional programming. This time I am looking into Haskell!
Today I tried to program the simple game "Hangman" in F# in order to get more comfortable with the functional programming style and with F# itself.
As part of my current interest in functional programming I took a quick look at programming in Erlang.
It does not happen that often but in case you want to get rid of a git tag on a remote...
For all you vim fanatics who want to have vim-like editing experience in your Visual Studio, there is a great solution waiting for you: VsVim
Because I always forget how to export data from the SQLServer into a CSV file I will post it up here.
There is a handy command to inspect an open transaction running in a Microsoft SQLServer.
I just happened to stumble over a really nice vim plugin called 'space.vim' that turns the space key into a clever action key.
Ever wanted to get hold of the RDTSC? This is how I got it done in C.
I recently came up with a small function to search for visually selected words in vim.
Time to get into social coding with git: join github.com
I just picked some random vim stuff you might find useful
In order to clean up your portage-installed packages there is a great tool called udept