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SkillsCast

A Simple Bid Recommendation Engine Using FParsec and CodeDom

8th January 2019 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at A Simple Bid Recommendation Engine Using FParsec and CodeDom

Ever wondered how to parse formulas entered by the user, such as the ones you can find in Excel? Parser combinators to the rescue! Learn more at this month's F#unctional Londoners meetup!

In this session, Mariusz will share his journey through building a simple bid recommendation engine which uses FParsec - an F# parser combinator library which makes such a task a breeze, and CodeDom - a code provider which allows us to generate source code as well as compiled assemblies.

You can read more on FParsec here

and Parser combinators

and CodeDom Provider

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A Simple Bid Recommendation Engine Using FParsec and CodeDom

Mariusz Wojcik

Mariusz is an experienced developer on the Microsoft stack since before the dawn of the .NET Framework with a passion for programming patterns, distributed computing, machine learning algorithms and recently, functional programming and F# especially. Aspiring presenter. Book lover.

SkillsCast

Ever wondered how to parse formulas entered by the user, such as the ones you can find in Excel? Parser combinators to the rescue! Learn more at this month's F#unctional Londoners meetup!

In this session, Mariusz will share his journey through building a simple bid recommendation engine which uses FParsec - an F# parser combinator library which makes such a task a breeze, and CodeDom - a code provider which allows us to generate source code as well as compiled assemblies.

You can read more on FParsec here

and Parser combinators

and CodeDom Provider

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

A Simple Bid Recommendation Engine Using FParsec and CodeDom

Mariusz Wojcik

Mariusz is an experienced developer on the Microsoft stack since before the dawn of the .NET Framework with a passion for programming patterns, distributed computing, machine learning algorithms and recently, functional programming and F# especially. Aspiring presenter. Book lover.