Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- The F# compiler team created an up-for-grabs label and it’s already added.
- SpiegelSoft presented Vulpes (an implementation of deep belief and deep learning, written in F# and using Alea.cuBase to connect to your PC’s GPU device).
- VesaKarvonen presented Hopac (a library for F# with the aim of making it easier to write efficient parallel, asynchronous and concurrent programs).
- This Silicon Valley startup just raised $6Million, and they use F#.
- Visual F# PowerTools were enriched with Solution wide renaming refactoring.
- Http.fs 0.9.0.0 is out with character encoding support.
- Eirik Tsarpalis posted “Poor man’s distributed actors“.
- Does anyone want to try plotly from F#?
- LinqOptimizer 0.6.2 is on nuget with new Parallel LINQ optimizations!
- Steffen Forkmann published a new FAKE tutorial “Compiling TypeScript applications“.
- Miguel de Icaza looking for a contractor to port c# t-shirt app to F#.
- MonoGame 3.2 was announced (with 1,600 new commits for fixes, features, & improvements).
- FsMachines 0.1.0 was released.
- New canopy site was published (powered by FSharp.ProjectScaffold).
- The Flying Fox: Deep Machine Learning with F# by Rob Lyndon.
- “Create maps with F#, Deedle and R” by Mathias Brandewinder.
- Scott Wlaschin blogged “Analysis of Roslyn vs. the F# compiler“.
- InfoQ published “The Book of F# – Review and Interview with Dave Fancher“.
- Daniel Mohl announced that “TypeScript in First-Class F# Web Projects“.
- Igor Kulman posted “Crawling mobile app stores with F#“.
- Phil Brooks blogged “Smith Wilson and the F# Community“.
- Jamie Dixon wrote about “Consuming Twitter With F#“.
- Anton Tayanovskyy announced that “WebSharper available for testing on Xamarin & MonoDevelop“.
- Jérémie Chassaing blogged “Monoidal Event Sourcing“.
- Michael Newton posted “Going Functionally SOLID“.
- Bjørn Einar Bjartnes shared “Street-fighting mathematics“.
- Juan María Hernández posted “Testeando sitios web con F# y Canopy“.
- Tim Jones blogged “Writing a MiniC-to-MSIL compiler in F# – Part 0 – Introduction“.
- Luke Sandell posted “F# Symbolic Math, Part 2“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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