Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- FAKE 2.2 is finally released!
- LinqOptimizer.FSharp was released on NuGet.
- F# formatting with inline LaTeX for typesetting math was released.
- The best quantum computer simulator in the world is written in F#.
- Nice to remember that F# has Statically Resolved Type Parameters.
- Learn how Microsoft use F# to prototype critical machine learning algorithms.
- Azure Type Provider for F# now supports downloading entire folders.
- ExtCore 0.8.37 is out! Now includes AsyncSeq, agents, lazyList workflow, and simple futures.
- Resources for F# on Curah.
- MEAP Update: “Succeeding with functional-first languages in the industry” new to F# Deep Dives
- FSharp.Data is now in “Up For Grabs“.
- FsPickler 0.7 offers experimental support for structural, non-cryptographic, hashcode generation.
- Flash cards for F# was posted on GitHub.
- FSharp.Owin was published on NuGet.
- “FQuake3 – F# Script Proof of Concept” by Will Smith.
- Agents and Actor Models in F# 3.0 with Rachel Reese.
- “Language-Integrated Quantum Operations: A Software Architecture for Quantum Computing” by Dave Wecker.
- “All your types are belong to us!” by Phil Trelford.
- Sergey Tihon blogged “F# Neural Networks with RProvider & Deedle“.
- Jamie Dixon posted “F#, Chain Of Responsibility, And High Ordered Functions“.
- Iris Classon wrote “A simple C# and F# example with IoC and unit tests“.
- Krzysztof Cieślak wrote about “C# vs F#: Rosetta Code“.
- Daniel Mohl shared “F# Web Programming Session at Progressive F# Tutorials 2013“.
- Steffen Forkmann blogged “FAKE 2.2 released“.
- Nicolas Rolland wrote about “Huffman coding“.
- Mike posted “On NULL“.
- Jack Fox posted “Great Ideas Made Real in F#“.
- Colin Bull blogged “Introducing Java type provider“.
- Anthony Brown wrote “DunDDD F# for fun and games slides and demos“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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