Functional programming with Linq – IEnumerable.Aggregate

As I was learning functional programming with F# I came across the List.reduce function which iterates through a list and builds up an accumulator value by running another function against each element in the list. Back to the more familiar C# territory, LINQ has introduced some functional features to C# and one of these is …

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Buzzword Buster – DDD

Definition: Domain Driven Design (DDD) is an approach to software design which puts the focus on the problem domain and provides a structure for making design decisions to accelerates software development for complicated domains. The key components in DDD include: Domain: the subject area to which your program is applied Model: abstractions that describe aspects …

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Garbage Spewers

I spent a bit of time on Ayende’s blog today, finally catching up with a series of performance-related blog posts he made whilst working on the .Net profiler (the man’s a living legend, the quality AND quantity of his posts is without equal!) Whilst reading through the various posts, I came across an unfamiliar term …

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LINQ – choosing between Concat() and Union()

In Linq To Objects, there are two ways you can join two sequences together, using either Concat() or Union(), and as I was wondering how the two differs I came across this post: The main thing to take away from this article is: “If you care about the duplicates, Union() is necessary. However, in …

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