Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- “Indentation for val” was proposed on VS uservoice.
- The first version of F# code formatter addin for Visual Studio 2012 was released.
- Do not lose your points – up-vote your favorite ideas.
- The Extreme Optimization Numerical Libraries for .NET now support F# 3.1 row and column slicing and modules with functional programming operators (mapi, iteri…) for vectors and matrices.
- Visual F# Resources that should be accessible by fsharp.net. 😉
- WebSharper Snippets was released.
- Edge-fs npm module was published.
- Dave Thomas was managed to get Xamarin Studio to debug itself interactively.
- F#+Sage = New opportunity? (Sage is a free open-source mathematics software system)
- FSharp.Compiler.Editor was added to NuGet, this allows access to the F# compilers AST for tooling.
- ReSharper users who also use F# might want to weigh in on this issue.
- Tsunami uses 100% F# for the WPF UI. No C# / XAML layer cake.
- Interactively optimizing trading algos with F#, Tsunami, Matlab and TradersToolbox.
- Script your way to world domination with Minions! A drone fleet management plug-in for the budding dictator F#.
- Why does the F# compiler fail with this infix operator?
- Mathias Brandewinder blogged “Field notes: Coursera Machine Learning class“.
- Buddy James posted “Machine learning resources for .NET developers“.
- Don Syme published “FSCL – Compiling F# to OpenCL for High-Performance over Multi-core and Many-core devices“.
- Dawid Kowalski wrote “4 week challenge – up to speed with F#“.
- Jack Fox shared “Lambda Jam F# Bibliography“.
- What’s new in purely functional data structures since Okasaki?
- JaredPar blogged “Immutable isn’t just for parallel code“.
- Ivan Towlson posted “Func-ier and Func-ier“.
- Richard Minerich wrote “On Type Safety, Representable States and Erlang“.
- InfoQ posted “F# Moves Forward in 3.1 Preview Release”.
- Ross McKinlay blogged “Last-Fi“.
- Matthew Adams shared “Learning to Program – A Beginners Guide – Part Eight – Working With Logic“.
- Mathias Brandewinder blogged “Random Forest classification in F#: first cut“.
- Yan Cui wrote “Project Euler – Problem 60 Solution“.
- Dave Fancher blogged “Microsoft MVP – Visual F#“.
- Gene Belitski posted “Going Artistic with FSharp.Charting“.
- Gary Evans wrote “Picking with DirectX 11 and Bullet Physics“.
- Natallie Baikevich blogged “Days and Ghost Refinements“.
- Daniel Mohl posted “New Angular.js Option in the F#/C# MVC 4 SPA Project Template“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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