Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Let’s get F# a new logo! Project is underway. Help us by giving.
- MyGet build services support F# from now!
- Evelina Gabasova presented F# Data Toolbox (A library for various data access APIs based on FSharp.Data) and the first package with Twitter type provider. Any suggestions for other data source-specific APIs?
- All Stanford.NLP .NET packages were updated on NuGet to support latest IKVM.NET.
- Json.NET 6.0.3 has better F# support!
- Http.fs is now at v1.0.0!
- Check out “F# Programming” wikibook.
- Do you have academic publications which use, extend or are influenced by F#? Please add them to “Publications related to F#” section of fsharp.org.
- Read reddit discussions:
- Do not miss Special Xamarin licenses for OSS contributors: “for developing, testing, and maintaining compatibility”.
- QuantAlea submitted an open source pull request to allow debugging information in GPU-code quotations.
- Bryan Edds showed fpworks – Repository hosting the open-source game OmniBlade, and related projects. Bryan is looking for a new project to use his F# NuGameEngine for! If you/your company have interest & resources, let him know!
- Ross McKinlay showed InteractiveProvider – A type provider abstraction for all your gaming needs.
- Victor Baybekov showed Fredis – Dead simple API for POCOs persistence, cache + Redis based distributed actors.
- “F#, Canopy and 2048” by Mathias Brandewinder.
- “Some F# for the Erlang programmer” by Don Syme.
- OddsTypeProvider by Juan M Gómez.
- Type Provider by Michael Newton.
- Mark Michaelis posted “A C# 6.0 Language Preview“.
- Ronnie Holm blogged “Using F# and FAKE to build a SharePoint provider-hosted app“.
- Frank Meola posted:
- Liam McLennan wrote “PostgresDoc“.
- Lincoln Atkinson blogged “F# extension methods in Roslyn“.
- Ross McKinlay posted “BASIC’s 50th Anniversary … and more crazy F# type providers!“.
- Osman Öztürk published “Functional Programming with F#“.
- Steve Shogren wrote “Pattern Matching – Make the Compiler Work for You“.
- Jamie Dixon published “Microsoft Language Stack Analogy“.
- minfuk posted “Seq.unfold & Regex“.
- Check out Korporal Kernel’s blog and his Lexical Analysis With F# series.
- Gabriele Cocco posted:
- Sacha Barber wrote about:
- Paco Nathan posted “Just Enough Math“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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