Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- F# is now available in .NET Fiddle (Live Validation, IntelliSense, Share and Collaborate). Try F# on any device!
- F# plugin for Light Table was announced.
- A new site “Community for F#” was published.
- FSharp.Configuration was announced (collection of Type Providers used for project configuration). Look at and jump in!
- Meet a new project “Excel Financial Functions” under fsprojects.
- Taha Hachana presented a search engine for looking up the arguments of R functions when using RProvider.
- VegaHub was published on NuGet with new docs.
- Latest beta version of FSharp.Formatting uses the new simpler compiler services API(FSharp.Compiler.Service). Check it out and report any issues!
- FSharp.Compiler.Service 0.0.11 is on NuGet! Do not miss a new sample – Compiler Services: Project Analysis.
- ExtCore 0.8.40 was released! (Includes significant performance improvements for HashMap & HashSet)
- Both Kiev and Lviv hosted F# events last week.
- Microsoft Search Scientist declares that F# is great for data science scripting.
- Google glass C#/F# SDK was presented by Xamarin.
- A new version of SqlCommandProvider was released with AllParametersOptional config property.
- “SQL Provider” by Ross McKinlay. (slides)
- “FCell 2.0 Demo” by StatFactory. (Combining F# with Excel to get Async UDFs, Object Handlers and Type Providers).
- “Introduction to F#” by César López-Natarén.
- “Haskell vs. F# vs. Scala” by Prabhat Totoo, Pantazis Deligiannis, Hans-Wolfgang Loidl. (read more)
- Daniel Mohl wrote “A Project Template Wizard Via NuGet“.
- Jamie Dixon posted “Traffic Stop Disposition: Classification Using F# and KNN“.
- Steffen Forkmann announced “FSharpx.Collections 1.9 released“.
- Scott Wlaschin blogged “Commentary on ‘Roman Numerals Kata with Commentary‘”.
- Jean-Claude Razafindrakoto wrote “Data frame : the basic data structure that any data scientist should master“.
- Steffen Forkmann announced “FSharp.Configuration 0.1 released“.
- Cameron Taggart posted “SourceLink.Fake available“.
- Ross McKinlay shared “Visualizing LINQ with GraphViz“.
- James D’Angelo wrote “JSON Web Token (JWT) with Simple.Web“.
- Juan M Gómez blogged “Using FSharp with OrchardCMS“.
- Ollie Riches wrote about “Simple F# REPL in WPF – part 4“.
- Mathias Brandewinder presented “Version 0.1 of Charon, a F# Random Forest“.
- Liam McLennan posted “Applying Functional Programming to .net Consulting Projects“.
- Sergey Tihon blogged “F# Kung Fu #3: Exceptions recap“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
Previous F# Weekly edition – #2
3 thoughts on “F# Weekly #3, 2014”
I really appreciate that you linked to my Introduction to F# presentation, unfortunately I updated my username on slid.es but they don’t provide redirects, so the link is broken now, if you would mind updating it, the new address is:
on this post. (https://sergeytihon.wordpress.com/2014/01/19/f-weekly-3-2014/ )
Thanks a lot, and regards