I want to say thank you to all of you. Thank you to everyone who have been with us all this year and read F# Weekly. Thanks to everyone who blogged about F#, contributed to F# projects and wrote tons of awesome source code and documentations. Thanks to everyone who made a lot of awesome F# talks this year and dramatically improved F# public presence. Guys, you are awesome!
Last portion of news from 2013:
- “F# Compiler & Interactive Services“(codename Foslyn) were released!!!
- New Stanford NLP for .NET site was released.
- “Try F#—Data Console to Big and Broad Data” is the most readable blog of Microsoft Research Connections!
- Need a catchy name for your F# project? Check out this …
- FSharp.Management 0.1.0-alpha is out. (Now it is a part of FsProjects)
- TsunamiIDE proposed to embed F# into your blog or website today with Cloud Tsunami.
- FsMocks is here! (F# mock library based on Rhino.Mocks)
- raml.org is a new Type Provider challenge.
- Will Smith works with MvvmCross on F# (WPF test app).
- CodeMaid writes that they support F#.
- “New Angular.js Option in the F#/C# MVC 4 SPA Project Template” is one of the most viewed posts in Daniel Mohl blog in 2013.
- New F# book in German: Learn F#, Kata by Kata, from Ralf Westphal.
- Ross McKinlay blogged “SQL Provider – new stuff including PostgreSQL support and option types!“.
- Tomas Petricek posted “Advent Art：北斎の絵を生成する“.
- Jamie Dixon wrote about “Screen Scraping College Football Statistics“.
- Dmitry Sevastianov wrote “Defuzzification“
- James D’Angelo posted:
- Sergey Tihon blogged “Twitter Followers Map with RProvider“.
- Chris Skardon wrote “Using Neo4j with F# – Cypher 2.0“.
- Natallie Baikevich posted “Log(music) with Undertone“.
- Ollie Riches blogged “Simple F# REPL in WPF – part 3“.
- Fortran & F# : The beginning…
- Excel + R Random Forests (classification & regression)
- F# rules the world
That’s all for now. Happy New Year and see you in the New 2014 Year!
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