Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Visual F# PowerTools v1.0.0 is released with Find All References, various improvements and bug fixes.
- F* (a dependently-typed variant of F# for program verification) is re-released under Apache 2.0.
- Apiary Provider is finally released.
- FAKE supports canopy tests!
- FSharp.Data has a nice new animated homepage.
- Would you like to run an F# coding dojo? Ready-to-use information and resources for F# meetups.
- FSCL(Framework for OpenCL programming, scheduling and execution abstraction on heterogeneous platforms in F#) is now part of FSharp Community Project.
- fszmq v4.0.5 is released.
- Portland F# User Group was introduced.
- F# is in the top of languages in Hello World Open.
- Blaise Vignon shared his 2048 solver in F#.
- Do you use Amazon DynamoDB from F#? DynamoDB.SQL DSL lets you do SQL-like querying and scanning.
- Check out WebSharper Kendo UI samples.
- Beautiful chapter on “Social network analysis” with a cool F# theme by Evelina Gabasova is now available in F# Deep Dives!
- F# With Bryan Hunter.
- “Some F# for the Erlang programmer” by Don Syme.
- “How to design a language integrated compiler with LLVM” byXiang Zhang and Aaron Brewbaker.
- ““Mostly functional” programming does not work.” by Erik Meijer.
- Scott Wlaschin blogged “Twenty six low-risk, incremental ways to use F# at work, without affecting mission critical code“.
- Don Syme blogged “Latest Developments in General Purpose GPU Programming with F#“.
- Sergey Tihon shared “Where to practice your F# with fun?“.
- Daniel Mohl posted “F# Support for Web Projects“.
- Bjørn Einar Bjartnes shared “More street-fighting in F#“.
- Phil Brooks blogged “Mortality Projection Functions“.
- Gab_km wrote “Add an element into a sequence“.
- Jamie Dixon posted “F# and List manipulations“.
- Andrea Magnorsky blogged “F# scripting for a component based game engine“.
- James D’Angelo shared “Introducing the new Portland F# Meetup Group!“.
- Jorge Tavares posted “Simple Parallel Array Filtering in F#“.
- Functional Works published “Functional Rocks in London Start-ups!“.
- Michał Łusiak wrote “Speaking – “WTF# and why should you care” at get.net conference in Łódź“.
- Ramón Soto Mathiesen blogged “FSharp.ProjectScaffold (initial) rename script“.
- Daniel Fabian posted “Partial Lenses in F#“.
- Taumuon Jabuka wrote about “Monte Carlo pricing of Exotic Options in F#“.
- James Crowley blogged “Code coverage using dotCover and F# make“.
- Kunjan Dalal published “Thanks to wonderful community“.
- Phil Trelford posted “Date Types“.
- Kurt Schelfthout published “NDepend to analyze F# code“.
- Karlkim Suwanmongkol blogged “Using F# and R Provider with Kaggle’s Facial Keypoints Detection“.
- Jérémie Chassaing posted “Monoidal Event Sourcing Examples“.
- David Tchepak wrote about “Some regex help from the F# compiler“.
- Natallie Baikevich blogged “Abs Puzzle“.
- Steffen Forkmann posted “FAKE 2.14.0 released – OpenCover edition“.
- Mathias Brandewinder published “Creating maps using R, Deedle and F# type providers“.
- Andreas Ågren wrote “Another Porter Stemmer in F#“.
- masuda published “How to make a WPF application in F#“.
- Sacha Barber wrote about:
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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