A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- New WebSharper site is finally out with new samples: HighCharts, D3js, O3D and etc.
- FAKE 2.4 was released.
- WebSharper 2.5 was released.
- Michael Newton announced FSharp.TypeProviders.StarterPack.
- Steffen Forkmann announced FSharp.Management (FileSystem, Registry, WMI and PowerShell).
- F# compiler & interactive services (codename Foslyn) now have basic documentation!
- Preview F# support at Xamarin!
- ExtCore 0.8.38 was released.
- Learn how Microsoft and partners are using F# for Spatial Data Research Software (read more).
- “F# type provider for Amazon S3” by Yan Cui.
- “Expression Oriented Programming with F#” by Robert Pickering.
- “Episode 7: The F# is for Frank Krueger“
- “Dependent Type Providers” by David Raymond Christiansen.
- “Effective Quotation – Relating approaches to language-integrated query” by James Cheney, Sam Lindley, Gabriel Radanne and Philip Wadler.
- “On Building Software” with Bob Martin.
- “Deconstructing Functional Programming” by Gilad Bracha.
- Daniel Mohl updated “Adding New Items to a Pure F# ASP.NET MVC/Web API Project“.
- Mike Harris posted “Living with Function Programming OR Unit Testing F# with FsUnit“.
- Ollie Riches blogged:
- Karl-Johan Nilsson wrote “How Agents Fail“.
- Victor Baybekov wrote about “Monte Carlo Pi“.
- Ayende Rahien posted “What about F# collections?“.
- Jamie Dixon blogged “F# and Monopoly Simulation Redux“.
- Steffen Forkmann posted “Microsoft Dynamics NAV type provider“.
- Daniel Mohl wrote “Getting Started with Azure, Node.js, and FogJS on Windows“.
- Krzysztof Cieślak blogged “F# Type Inference“.
- James D’Angelo shared “Pure F# ASP.NET Web Applications and Simple.Web“.
- Kit Eason posted “What to do if you ‘just don’t get’ F#“.
- Sergey Tihon blogged “F# Kung Fu #1: Mastering F# Script references“.
- Dave Fancher wrote about “Fibonacci Sequence“.
- Gene Belitski posted “Quieting FSI output“.
- Thoughts about software design with F#
- OCaml and F#
- F# unique features
- Type first programming
- F# compiler for arithmetic expressions
- Let’s play with Deedle
- FParsec and parser combinators
- F# implementation of barrage description language BulletML
- Mastering Units of Measure
- F# pattern matching for command-line arguments
- QuichRun: F# in Vim
- Functions and F# expressions
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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