Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Visual Studio FSharp Team announced Visual F# Tools 3.1.1, with support for Desktop and Web express!
- Do not forget to like and follow a new F# Facebook page if you like F#.
- Welcome a new “F# |> I❤” bumper sticker! Buy from Zazzle UK or US.
- The F# compiler services project (aka Foslyn :-)) now has basic API documentation.
- Code formatting is now working on Xamarin Studio! This feature is coming soon.
- Yeppp pre-release is on NuGet!
- Now you can use VegaHub with Canopy!
- Do not miss WebSharper D3 binding.
- SqlProvider supports MySQL now.
- You can play with MathNet.Numerics on .NET Fiddle.
- Check out some of F# events scheduled across Europe & US.
- Nessos S.A. now has its own GitHub page.
- Yan Cui presented a Rx based client library for working with Amazon Kinesis.
- Visual Studio 2013 Update 1 was released.
- FSharpx.Collections docs now have a “Go to source” link (Thanks to a new version of FSharp.Formatting)
- Kaggle is now a listed supporter of the F# Software Foundation.
- Fun discussion with some C# folk. “I’m not sure what you mean by a type provider“.
- A new release of SqlCommandProvider! (Support for json serialization of ResultType.Records in WebAPI)
- Fleece 0.1 was released (a JSON mapper for F#).
- Foq 1.5 was released.
- “F# in action: playing functional Conway’s game of life” by Vagif Abilov.
- “A Functional Architecture with F#” PluralSight course by Mark Seemann.
- “Don’t fear the Monad” by Brian Beckman.
- “The Future of C#” by Mads Torgersen.
- Anton Kropp wrote “Checking if a socket is connected“.
- Steffen Forkmann posted “FAKE 2.6 released – support for TravisCI“.
- James D’Angelo shared “JSON Web Token (JWT) with Simple.Web – Part 2 (Cleanup)“.
- Phil Trelford blogged “Parsing C#“.
- Tomas Petricek translated “Advent Art: Generating Hokusai paintings“.
- Stefan Alfbo posted “Microsoft Translator Api“.
- Jérémie Chassaing published “F# Poker Kata par Jérémie, Thomas et Damien“.
- Mark Seemann wrote about “A Functional architecture with F#“.
- Richard Dalton blogged “Annotate your code with TestCases“.
- Gary Evans posted “MOOCs“.
- Taha Hachana wrote “Creating Dynamic Charts with FsPlot“.
- Cameron Taggart blogged “Code your TFS builds in F# instead of XAML“.
- Jeffrey Sax presented “CUDA Support Preview“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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