Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Functional Works site is alive.
- Summer of F# in Paris! Early bird registration for Paris ’14 is open.
- CloudSharper 0.9.10.2 is released: Mono support, VS-compatible solutions, NuGet packages and more!
- Visual F# accepted pull requests ‘make possible to set breakpoint inside quotation‘ and ‘performance improvement for seq.windowed‘.
- F# support is now included by default in Xamarin Studio, no external add-ins are required.
- Ross McKinlay presented a transactional ETL procedure from Excel to SQL server, using only the SqlProvider!
- New F# User Groups map was presented.
- Check FsBlog (Blog aware, static site generation using F#) if you missed it.
- Try FsLab Notebook right now and share you thoughts.
- Santa Monica F# User Group was presented.
- Andre Pemmelaar showed F# repo popularity by region.
- FSharp.Compiler.Service 0.0.48 is released.
- New Visual F# PowerTools feature was presented: Record stub generation.
- FsUno (Event sourcing implementation sample in F#) was presented.
- Jb Evain shared a sample of F# Active Patterns for Roslyn’s C#’ AST.
- Tomáš Petříček: Data science with F#.
- “F#’s Type Providers: The future of meta-programming in .NET” by Robert Pickering.
- “F# Data: Accessing WorldBank data” by Tomas Petricek.
- “F# Data: Making structured data first class citizens” by Tomas Petricek
- Jamie Dixon posted “Association Rule Learning Via F# (Part 1)“.
- Evelina Gabasova blogged “Who’s the most central? F# network on Twitter“.
- Tomas Petricek wrote about “Stateful computations in F# with update monads“.
- James Conway posted “Will F# ever be a first class citizen?“.
- Mauricio Scheffer wrote about “Mapping objects to JSON with Fleece“.
- Adam Granicz blogged “Program F# with CloudSharper everywhere“.
- Ross McKinlay posted “CRUD Operations and Experimental ODBC support in the SQLProvider“.
- Richard Dalton wrote “Why I Study Functional Programming“.
- Mike Harris blogged “Property Based Testing with FsCheck“.
- Sacha Barber wrote about:
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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