Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Check out “niche or emerging technologies pay big bucks” (F# is Most Loved and Highest Compensated Language in the .NET stack)
- How do YOU use F#? fsharpWorks is celebrating F# Day with a community survey.
- Akka.NET v1.0 is released.
- QuantAlea is using FSharp.Formatting for documentation.
- Pierre Irrmann announced Chess type provider.
- Check out XPlot (F# Data Visualization Package).
- Fpconf is coming to Moscow with F# talks.
- Ramón Soto Mathiesen presented XrmDefinitelyTyped library.
- YC.PrettyPrinter is announced.
- WebSharper team presented a new forum.
- Happy F# Day! – Scott Wlaschin
- Writing custom F# LINQ query builder – Tomas Petricek
- Automated reasoning in F#, Scala, Haskell, C++, and Julia – Philippe Desjardins-Proulx
- Design Pattern: Adapter – Alex Hardwicke
- FSharp for middle size projects. – Hodza Nassredin
- Implementing REST APIs with WebSharper
- Primeiros passos com “Actor Model” (usando F# e Akka.net) – Elemar DEV
F# vNext News
- Results of the first F# community BugBash March 2015.
- Install the latest F# preview with language packs and let Visual F# Team know what needs fixing.
- Do you want to be an F# Compiler developer? Here are a few up for grabs issues to get you started.
- Paket 0.40.2
- FAKE 3.28.0
- FSharp.Compiler.Service 0.0.88
- Akka.FSharp 1.0.0
- Cronix 0.2.0
- Newtonsoft.Json.FSharp 3.2.2
- NLog FSharp 220.127.116.11
- Period.FSharp 0.0.1
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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