Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Run an F# app, get an F# shirt!
- F# compiler task shipped directly with FAKE 3.1.
- Steven Taylor published F# friendly connector to KDB+.
- CloudSharper 0.9.13.1 is released.
- Speech API with WebSharper.
- Karlkim Suwanmongkol presented FsReveal.
- Major update to ServiceStack F# template.
- Tomas Petricek announced the challenge for everyone who looking for a fun with F# compiler optimization.
- F# MVC 5 was updated.
- Experimental FsPickler.CSharp package was published to NuGet.
Core and Lang News
- Visual F# Team open-sourced the Visual F# IDE stack!
- Visual F# Team published guidelines and best practices for those working on F# 4.0 core library collection functions.
- Visual F# Team is working on adding profile 78 and 259 to the F# preview.
- Vladimir Matveev posted a prototype for swift like printf “[Prototype] String interpolation”.
- “Taking your craft seriously with F#” with Tomas Petricek. (+code)
- “Xamarin FSharp Interactive” by Frank A. Krueger.
- S. Somasegar announced “Enabling Contributions to the Visual F# IDE Tools“.
- Steffen Forkmann posted “Microsoft, Open Source development and Codeplex“.
- Rachel Reese blogged:
- Phil Trelford wrote about “F# Summer of Code 2014“.
- Loïc Denuzière published “CloudSharper 0.9.13 with workspace cloud sharing!“.
- Jamie Dixon posted “TRINUG F# Analytics Prep: Part 2“.
- Adam Granicz shared “Upcoming CloudSharper features in Q3“.
- David Siegel blogged “Shallow: Cloning a Hook-up App in F#“.
- Hodza Nassredin posted “Way to computation expressions“.
- Ross McKinlay shared “2048 – Type Provider Edition“.
- Per Ökvist wrote “Exploring F# through modeling #3“.
- Joseph Hill announced “Contest: Build Your First F# Mobile App“.
- Larry O’Brien wrote “F# For Scripting“.
- Gabriele Cocco posted “FSCL vs OpenCL C/C++ performance“.
- Bartosz Sypytkowski blogged “FSharp and Akka.net – the Functional Way“.
- Sergey Tihon blogged “Where should the source code of Visual F# Tools be?“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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