### How to parse, simplify, differentiate and evaluate/solve (using Newton’s method) equations and expressions in F#.

I wrote this post in 2016. Unfortunately, I lost it when I "rebooted" my blog. Anyway, I have a good…

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How to parse, simplify, differentiate and evaluate/solve (using Newton’s method) equations and expressions in F#.

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Computing the Levenshtein (Edit) Distance of Two Strings using C#

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Querying with RQL

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First Steps

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Phrase Queries and Positional Indexes in C#

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Processing Boolean Queries using C#

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Implementing the Porter Stemming Algorithm in C#

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A First Take at Building an Inverted Index and Querying Using C#

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FiraCode – A really nice Font for programmers!

I wrote this post in 2016. Unfortunately, I lost it when I "rebooted" my blog. Anyway, I have a good…

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How to parse, simplify, differentiate and evaluate/solve (using Newton’s method) equations and expressions in F#.

Sometimes it is not enough to know if two strings are equals or not. Instead, we need to get an…

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Computing the Levenshtein (Edit) Distance of Two Strings using C#

In the previous post, you learned how to install RavenDB on your computer, create a database and load sample data.…

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Querying with RQL

It’s time to start learning RavenDB 4. Even if you know previous versions of RavenDB, you will probably get good…

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First Steps

This is another post about how to implement a basic Search Engine. Previously, I explained: how to produce an inverted…

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Phrase Queries and Positional Indexes in C#

In the first post of this series, I explained how to produce an inverted index using C#. In the second…

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Processing Boolean Queries using C#

In a previous post, I started an elementary search library using C#. Now, I will improve it adding a Porter…

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Implementing the Porter Stemming Algorithm in C#

In this post, I would like to share my first attempt to create a (still) elementary search library. The source…

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A First Take at Building an Inverted Index and Querying Using C#

I spent the last week talking about RavenDB in San Francisco. By the way, version 4 is out. Also, I…

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FiraCode – A really nice Font for programmers!