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F# and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Web Services

Thu, 03 Jan 2013 09:25:36 +0000

If you are a Dynamics NAV developer you have probably heared of the web services feature which comes with the 2009 version. In this walkthrough you can learn how to create and consume a Codeunit Web Service. This method works very well if you only need to create the C# proxy classes once. If you have more […]



Stammtisch 1/2009 der .NET User Group Leipzig

Sat, 17 Jan 2009 13:58:24 +0000

Am 20.01.2009 findet zwischen 19:30 und 21:30 Uhr der 1. Stammtisch der .NET User Group Leipzig im Jahr 2009 statt. Treffpunkt ist das TELEGRAPH Café in Leipzig und als besonderes Highlight hat sich Ralf Westphal angekündigt. Eine Anmeldung ist nicht nötig. View this on the map.



A immutable sorted list in F# – part II

Mon, 10 Nov 2008 12:55:26 +0000

Last time I showed how the immutable set implementation in F# can be used to get a immutable sorted list. As a result of using sets, the shown version doesn’t support repeated items. This lack can be wiped out by using an additional dictionary (immutable "Map" in F#) which stores the count of each item. […]



A immutable sorted list in F# – part I

Mon, 10 Nov 2008 11:06:29 +0000

F# supports a powerful implementation of immutable lists (see Dustin’s introduction). But for my current work I needed a sorted list and of course I wanted it the F#-way, which means immutable. I didn’t want to reinvent the wheel so I asked my question in the hubFS forum. It turned out (thanks to Robert) that […]



Using PLINQ in F# – Parallel Map and Reduce (Fold) functions – part 2

Fri, 24 Oct 2008 16:00:17 +0000

Last time I showed how it is possible to use parallel map and fold functions to compute the sum of all factorials between 1 and 3000. The result was a nearly perfect load balancing for this task on a two processor machine. This time I will derive a generic function that computes partial results in […]



Using PLINQ in F# – Parallel Map and Reduce (Fold) functions – part 1

Thu, 23 Oct 2008 16:25:37 +0000

If your wondering how Google computes query results in such a short time you have to read the famous “MapReduce”-Paper by Jeffrey Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat (2004). It shows how one can split large tasks into a mapping and a reduce step which could then be processed in parallel. With PLINQ (part of the Parallel […]



Debugging in Dynamics NAV 2009

Thu, 16 Oct 2008 11:41:09 +0000

Claus Lundstrøm zeigt in einem schönen Blogpost wie man in NAV2009 den Code auf Seite der ServiceTier (also auch remote) debuggen kann – und zwar über Visual Studio 2008 direkt im generierten C#-Code. Mit dieser Variante ist man nicht mehr gezwungen das Debugging über den Classic-Client zu tun, sondern kann direkt aus dem Dynamics NAV […]



ParallelFX wird Kernkomponente vom .NET Framework 4.0

Sun, 12 Oct 2008 09:32:05 +0000

Wie das ParallelFX-Team bekannt gegeben hat, werden die “Parallel Extensions für das .NET Framework” nun zur Kernkomponente vom .NET-Framework 4.0 befördert. “Parallel Extensions will indeed be a part of the .NET Framework 4.0.  Not only will it be a part of it, it will be a core part of it.” Das bedeutet, dass dann vermutlich […]



Usability-Thementag am 18. April in Leipzig

Tue, 15 Apr 2008 13:58:56 +0000

Am 18. April 2008 findet von 9 bis 17 Uhr ein “Usability-Thementag” an der Universität Leipzig statt. “Neben technologieorientierten Lösungsansätzen, wird im ersten von drei Vorträgen im Allgemeinen auf Benutzerfreundlichkeit im alltäglichen Leben eingegangen. Weiter geht es mit Usability-Aspekten im Bereich des Webs, gefolgt von einem Vortrag zu den technischen Möglichkeiten mit der Windows Presentation […]