A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- F# projects on Google Summer of Code.
- Ross McKinlay proposed an idea for new Type Provider.
- Learn how F# is central to Microsoft’s ground-breaking Quantum Algorithms research.
F#-based quantum algorithms simulator presented at Niels Bohr Institute last week
- A very early public beta release of Tsunami IDE is available now.
- “Domain-driven design with F# and EventStore” by Lev Gorodinski.
- “F# for Trading” by Phillip Trelford.
- FP Days Cambridge 2012 Content on InfoQ.
- Phil Trelford posted “Examples!“.
- Jack Pappas shared “How to use the fsharp REPL when debugging C# code in Visual Studio“.
- Colin Bull wrote about “Option Operators“.
- Mathias Brandewinder blogged “Recommendation Engine using Math.NET, SVD and F#“(!!!super hot!!!)
- Lev Gorodinski wrote “Domain-Driven Design (DDD) With F# – Validation“.
- TechRepublic posted “CodePaLOUsa: Humanitarian Toolbox, F#, open source licensing, happiness“.
- Marko Apfel introduced “SharpDevelop, F#, missing “Send to F# Interactive” context menu“.
- Anton Kropp wrote “Capturing union values with fparsec“.
- Don Syme blogged “IEEE Computer Society Webinar: Try F# for Big and Broad Data – Tuesday May 7“.
- Richard Dalton wrote “Learning To Think Functionally: Back To Basics“.
- Anton Kropp posted “The largest mass problem“.
- Gene Belitski shared “If Google would be looking to hire F# programmers – part3“.
Gene Belitski shared “If Google would be looking to hire F# programmers – part4“.
- Mike Harris blogged “Philosophy of Programming“.
- Dave Thomas posted “I Node Something (Bout You)“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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