Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- New home for FSharp.Charting library was announced.
- A new page with the F# videos became available of fsharp.org.
- MS Press published: F# for C# Developers.
- Put up some simple docs for the lazy Matlab Type Provider.
- Updated F# source code formatter (Fantomas) is on NuGet – now with support for formatting selection.
- OCaml is borrowing from F# now 🙂
- Tsunami brings back the Win8 Start Menu as a Type Provider.
- We would recommend F# as an additional tool in the kit of any company building software on the .NET stack.
- WANTED: F# binding for Light Table.
- “Data Science with Hive from Tsunami” by Tsunami IDE.
- “Build Data-Rich Solutions Faster with Microsoft Visual F#” by Dustin Campbell.
- Phil Trelford posted “Monokeys“.
- Richard Broida blogged “WATK in F#, Part 4: Introduction to Cloud Services“.
- Richard Broida blogged “WATK in F#, Part 5: Background Processing with Worker Roles and Queues“.
- John Liao wrote “Riak MapReduce with F#“.
- Santi Albo shared “Monads in F#“.
- Martin Trojer shared “Comparing FP REPL Sessions“.
- Ash presented “Tilde, a static blog generator“.
- Martin Trojer blogged “Scheme in Scala“.
- Dave Thomas posted “Monster Zero – Revisited“.
- Anton Tayanovskyy shared “Generic programming in F# – another take“.
- Andras Janko wrote about “jQuery Mobile page reuse with Websharper“.
- Christoph Ruegg blogged “Test Your C# or F# Library on Mono With Vagrant“.
- Tomas Petricek published “New home for F# Chart“.
- Adam Granicz answered to “IntelliFactory: What is IntelliFactory CloudSharper?“
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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