Welcome to F# Weekly,
А promising start of the new year:
- Quick F-AI update: added a Noisy-Or learner (BN EM) and introduced some “smart” log-arithmetic.
- Released FunScript NuGet package.
- SharpDevelop 4.3 Beta was released.
- Microsoft’s ‘Orleans’ cloud programming model gets a Halo test drive.
- “Add Support for F# Code-Behind ASP.NET” is currently a Top 5 ASP.NET request with > 500 votes.
- The XML provider in F# data library now supports recursive documents like XHTML. See “Global inference mode“.
- Luca Bolognese published “Functional programming in C – I“.
- Anton Kropp presented a super simple LL(1) recursive descent parser for csv lists.
- The CSV type provider now supports custom separators and “
- Foq: an F# mocking library v0.5 now available on Nuget with an optional Linq Expression based API for C# & F#
Blogs & Tutorials
- Neil Danson shared “Mono and Mac“.
- Jonathan Allen posted “Introducing the F# Software Foundation“.
- Sebastian W wrote about “F# and MS CRM“.
- Fabian Scherschel published “A foundation for F#“.
- Steffen Forkmann blogged “F# and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Web Services“.
- Jerome Laban presented “Toying around with F# Queries, Rx, Portables Libraries, Windows [Phone] 8 and the Zip operator“.
- Saxon Matt posted “Adopting F#“.
- Dave Thomas published “MonoGame Subdivision and Platonics“.
- Colin Fang presented “A Simple Overview on How Pattern Match Compiles“.
- Steffen Forkmann blogged “F# and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 OData Services“.
- Jack Fox posted “Semantics and List-like Data Structures“.
- Darryl K. Taft published “F# Foundation: Taking Microsoft’s F# Language to a Higher Ground“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week and remember you can message me on twitter (@sergey_tihon) with any F# news.
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