Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Free Alea.CUDA Licenses available for Participants of F# User Group Meetings Related to Alea.CUDA.
- New teaser of IntelliFactory CloudSharper was presented.
- TypeProvider opportunity alert!
- IronLua(Lua for .NET via F#) was announced.
- Piet Amersfoort blogged “Windows Store Apps with F# (part 3) : Data Binding and MVVM“.
- Channel9 published “Getting sharp with F#“.
- Yin Zhu wrote about “A simple GUI tool to help find the right people“.
- Anton Kropp posted “K-means step by step in F#“.
- Saxon Matt wrote “Introducing the F# GitHub Api (Work in Progress)“.
- Piet Amersfoort blogged “Windows Store Apps with F# (part 4) : Collections“.
- Adil Akhter posted “SPOJ 6219. Edit Distance (EDIST) with F#“.
- Lev Gorodinski wrote “Subtleties of F# Currying, Partial Application and Eta-conversion“.
- “The 5 distributions of a Bayesian model as 5 probabilistic programs in F#” by Andy Gordon.
- Don Syme blogged “Twelve F# type providers in action“.
- Computerworld posted “Microsoft to big data programmers: Try F#“.
- Faisal Waris present “Unraveling the Mystery of Monads“.
- F#unctional Londoners Meetup Group: FunScript with Zach Bray.
- Zack Bray published “FunScript 2013 presentation“.
- Eirik Tsarpalis blogged “Serializing F# types“.
- Paul Roberts posted “Parsing Expression Grammar – part 3“.
- Jack Fox wrote about “F# Data Structure Libraries in FSharpx“.
- Paul Roberts presented “Tiny Basic using PEG and F#“.
- Sergey Tihon blogged “FSharp.ML – industry needs. (Machine Learning for .NET)“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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