Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- TryF# CSV type provider was added to F# 3 Sample Pack.
- SharpXml(F# XML Serializer) now supports F# records, tuples and immutable lists.
- CSV provider in F# Data supports quoted values, other cultures and specifying # of rows for inference.
- fquanty gets bootstrapping! Examples for mean, std and VaR included.
- Prototype completion for F# in emacs is available.
- “Data exploration in the cloud with F#” by IntelliFactory.
- “Systems Information Programming Made Simple with the F# WMI Provider sample” by Keith Battocchi.
- “F# 3.0 and the Future of Information-Rich Functional Programming” by Don Syme.
- “F# Big Data Scripting” by Matthew Moloney.
- Tao Liu wrote about “Generated Type Provider Sample Published on Codeplex“.
- Michael Newton blogged “Playing with error handling strategies“.
- Igor Kulman posted “Using Sublime Text 2 as F# REPL“.
- Lincoln Atkinson presented “Tracking a new year’s resolution with F# and FSharpChart“.
- Dave Fancher blogged “F# Discriminated Unions“.
- Michael Newton wrote “In Which Our Intrepid Author De-sugars a Monad by Hand“.
- Dave Fancher wrote about “F# Enumerations“.
- Paul Roberts posted “Parsing Expression Grammar – part 1“.
- Steffen Forkmann blogged “Release of the WMI type provider on nuget“.
- Michael Newton wrote about “Corrected Error Handling Computational Expression“.
- Anton Kropp presented “Tracing computation expressions“.
- Don Syme blogged about “F# Emacs Integration“.
- Jack Fox published “Comparing F# Queues“.
- Lee Stott posted “Interested in Functional Programming Try F#“.
- Dave Fancher blogged “Revisiting String Distances“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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