Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Vote on Visual F# Power Tools features to prioritize development.
- Tomas Petricek published a new version of FsLab package & template! With great Math.NET integration from Christoph Rüegg & bug fixes.
- F# Type Provider for SignalR with FunScript was announced.
- FsPickler 0.9.5 is prereleased with format refinements, .NET 4.0 support and other improvements.
- Rio de Janeiro F# User Group hosted first event “F# – 1º Encontro“.
- ExtensionMethod.net has F# methods.
- FSharp.Management v0.1.1 is released with memory fixes.
- Ryan Roberts showed first results with OWL type provider.
- F# plugin v0.1 for OpenIDE was presented.
- FAKE 3.0 allows live debugging of build scripts.
- “F#ers Meetup in Tokyo” was announced.
- .NET Fiddle uses Fantomas code formatter to tidy up F# code.
- F#unctional Londoners just hit 800 members.
- Dave Thomas presented:
- If anyone wants to help out with the F# addin for Xamarin studio just ping Dave Thomas.
Core and Lang News
- Keep up the great work on F# 4.0 and get involved!
- Mark Seemann provided our 1st Contribution to F# 4.0.
- Robert Jeppesen implemented “fsharp interpreter shebang compatibility“.
- Don Syme submitted pull request with support of “non-nullable provided types“.
- Help wanted: work with Don Syme to get this PR tested, so that Visual F# Team can pull it.
- Visual F# is seeking collaborators and developers for F# 4.0:
- “F# in your pipe” by Phillip Trelford (from his talk)
- “F# Open Source Update + Tackling Mutability with Data Flow Graphs” with Curt Nichols and @Codecutterman.
- “Tackle UI with Reactive DOM in F# and WebSharper” with Anton Tayanovskyy.
- Gert-Jan van der Kamp published on CodePlex “Using a DataReader like a List in F#“.
- Functional Works posted “Functional should always be fun!“.
- Piet Amersfoort wrote “Creating real world WPF applications with Prism 5 and F# (part 2 – MEF)“.
- Kunjan Dalal updated “SignalR + Nancy with F# hosted on Azure“.
- Jamie Dixon posted “Consuming Sky Biometry’s Image Recognition API“.
- Peter Strøiman released “FSpec goes 0.1 (with Foq support)“.
- Heather posted “Read/Write Excel from F# with NPOI“.
- Phil Brooks wrote about “Stochastic Mortality (Limited)“.
- Michael Newton blogged “Property Checking Start Challenge“.
- Kunjan Dalal posted “SignalR + Servciestack with F# hosted on Azure“.
- Yan Cui published “Announcing libraries for C# and F# to make it easier to integrate with Sentry“.
- Kunjan Dalal posted “My broken marriage with C# and extramarital affair with F#“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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