Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- F# users who program with Visual Studio will be glad to see this new debugger feature in VS2013.
- F# side-by-side rendered Markdown comments in Tsunami are coming soon.
- There is one more app in Windows Store with F# inside.
- Taha Hachana showed HTML5 native video playback.
- FSM.NET 2.0.0 (a simple “stateless” finite-state machine library for .NET, written in F#) was released and is available on NuGet.
- New discussion “FSharp.Formatting for static sites“.
- “Polyglot Architecture: A Rational Approach to Software Design” by Richard Minerich.
- “DDD, Event Sourcing, and CQRS with F# and EventStore” by Leo Gorodinski.
- Matt Ball posted “Service Stack, With F# on Linux“.
- Ramasubramanian wrote “The N Queens problem!“.
- Visual Studio FSharp Team blogged “Viewing function return values in the Visual Studio 2013 debugger“.
- Sergey Tihon shared some posts:
- Phil Trelford posted “Machine Learning from Disaster“.
- Richard Minerich blogged “In Retrospect: QCon NYC 2013 (and a conversation with Rich Hickey on languages)“.
- Michael Newton shared “FsCheck – Breaking Your Code in New and Exciting Ways“.
- Mathias Brandewinder posted ““Summer of F#” Tour“.
- John Reynolds wrote “Adding binding options to Morozov’s WPF MVC framework“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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