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Accessing loosely structured data from F# and C#

by PhD Student at University of Cambridge on May 26, 2011

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Slides from my talk at GOTO 2011. The presentation discusses how to bridge the impedance mismatch between the structure used in programming languages (classes, records, unions, ...) and structure used ...

Slides from my talk at GOTO 2011. The presentation discusses how to bridge the impedance mismatch between the structure used in programming languages (classes, records, unions, ...) and structure used in data sources (database schema, XML file or JSON document). The talk shows how to solve this problem at three scales - using dynamic typing, by defining structure explicitly and using F# type providers.

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