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.
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A Simple Bid Recommendation Engine Using FParsec and CodeDom
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.