*NOTE- As per today I am neither married nor committed. And for that case never married and never committed. :P* Whoever is following my progress must be knowing my love for F#. Neither me nor F# knows exact time and date when that happen. But now it is like if few days I have to pass without writing few lines to(in) F# then it felt like I have left software engineering for good.
This may be nastiest thing I have done with deployment after a long time. There is no problem with making it work. But deployment on azure is a serious issue. And luckily I completed that. Yes, there is a luck involved. If you read my previous entry for running Nancy and SignalR together. Then most of the things are same only. Use Servicestack template to create project. Remove global.asax & global.
Few days back Scott Hanselman tweeted Take a moment, right now, and email the organizers of your favorite Open Source project and THANK THEM. — Scott Hanselman (@shanselman) April 15, 2014 And I think, I should do that. But twitter is too short and emails boring even I don’t have email ids of few of my favourite Open Source project managers. But I am not shying away from thanking. So, I am writing this entry.
What you feel if you meet your favourite actor? Feeling is wonderful right? Now, add the your actress in the mixture. Have you said WOW??? How about director? Still heart is beating?!? How about having dinner with them? Nothing can be better than that. I am having kinda same feeling. It is nothing new that Nancy is dancing quite comfortable with F#. And thanks to Daniel Mohl we are also having templates to get started with Nancy and F#.
I have tried writing complete series again. And again failed. And I am stopping it again. There are couple of reason of it. First and for most thing is I am not good at it. No where near even readable, I guess. Now, I don’t know reason specifically for that. May be I can write on specific topic better instead of things that are continues. And that is the reason complete series thing is not that good but individual write ups are getting good reviews.
I have already wrote a blog post about how to get started with service stack if any one is using templates. It is pretty easy. Just install and run. But as Service Stack is moved to V4 with some breaking changes. I had give details about updating it. But still it is little bit more complicated or confusing if I can say. @kunjee Sure, otherwise a tutorial on getting SS v4 + F# together without templates would be better than starting from a broken v3 one.