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How F# Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Data

by PhD Student at University of Cambridge on Dec 04, 2012

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The world of data speaks a different language than the world of programming languages. It uses REST, SQL database schema, XML, JSON while programming languages only understand types and classes. This ...

The world of data speaks a different language than the world of programming languages. It uses REST, SQL database schema, XML, JSON while programming languages only understand types and classes. This causes big confusion when we try to access data from programming languages, especially from those with (otherwise very useful) static type systems.

How can a programming language learn to understand data? In this talk, I'll show how this is done using type providers in F# 3.0. You'll see how integrating data into the programming language opens the possibilities for creating exciting applications.

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