Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Xamarin 3 includes F# support now (Xamarin Studio now ships with built-in support for building iOS and Android apps using the increasingly-popular F# functional programming language).
- Grab the latest daily build for F# and give feedback on experience.
- The F# PowerTools team are looking to add a “build a pattern match for a type” feature – follow the discussion.
- If you know open F# jobs, share them with the community in our LinkedIn group.
- Dyfrig v0.3.1 is released.
- F# Thai User Group was added to the map.
- BlueMountain Capital is sponsoring this year’s #Progfsharp in NYC!
- Anton Tayanovskyy shared Websharper and D3js visualization samples.
- Will Smith uploaded first 5 OpenGL tutorials from www.opengl-tutorial.org to his repo.
- MaltParser is available for .NET now.
- “Building a Better SQL Type Provider” with Ross McKinlay.
- “Programming the Semantic Web” by Steffen Staab.
- “Railway Oriented Programming” by ScottWlaschin. (+code)
- Tomas Petricek posted “New features and improvements in Deedle v1.0“.
- Dave Thomas blogged “Xamarin 3 F# Awesomeness“.
- Mårten Rånge shared “Why I wish C# never got async/await“.
- Phil Tomson posted “Comparing a Machine Learning Algorithm Implemented in F# and OCaml“.
- Daniel Fabian wrote about “Y-Combinator“.
- Jamie Dixon blogged “Association Rule Problem: Part 3“.
- Phil Trelford wrote “F# Summer of Code 2014“.
- Grant Crofton posted “Digit recognition in F# with k-nearest neighbours“
- Functional Software .NET published “Die Strukturierung von F# Quellcode“.
- Kevin Ashton wrote “Full Stack F# – Teaser“.
- Dave Fancher posted “Clean Code, Evolved“.
- Tim Jones blogged “Writing a MiniC-to-MSIL compiler in F# – Part 2 – Lexing and parsing“.
- Michael Newton wrote “Tap, Tap, Tapping on the Door“.
- Functional Works published “pol·y·glot: knowing or using several languages“.
- Sonny R. Recio posted “Functional Programming and other types of programming I’ve discovered“.
- Ramón Soto Mathiesen blogged “F# Fast and big Fibonacci numbers with Karatsuba“.
- Dave Thomas wrote “Anything You Can Do …“.
- Cameron Taggart posted “Embedding Node.js in your .NET F# App“.
- How to send emails using SendGrid & F#.
- quantlabs.net published:
- is F Sharp big in London City Finance center due to it can parallelize and Microsoft attracts the corporate world to functional programming popularity.
- Why smart people in London program in F# vs Python? 50% higher pay dummy.
- Looks like DotNET F SHARP can integrate with C Sharp and C++ with HFT in mind.
- Holy cow! DotNet F Sharp just got better with this R Provider hook up.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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