Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- New FSSF Board of Trustees was elected.
- Want to use F# in VS Code? Vote here.
- New F# ebook: “Friendly F# – fun with game physics“
- Summer School on Generic and Effectful Programming (with Don Syme)
- Akaa.NET F# users – please take your voice in the discussion.
- FSharp.Atom is released and joined to fsprojects organization.
- Krzysztof Cieślak is looking a hero who can add F# file icon to Atom.
- Paket.Atom is released with ability to search NuGet packages.
- Targeting the .NET Framework 4.6 RC
- F# has landed in OpenBSD land.
- Taming GPU Threads with F# – Daniel Egloff
- Akka.NET V1 with Aaron Stannard (.NET Rocks!)
- Understanding cancer behaviour with F# – Evelina Gabasova
- Announcing FsLab: Data science package – Tomas Petricek
- Ecumenical APIs – Michael Newton
- stringf – Mark Seemann
- Taking a peek at F# on StackOverflow – Mathias Brandewinder
- FsCheck, Noda Time and some refactoring – with focus on the mistakes I did… – Bjørn Einar Bjartnes
- More FsCheck at work – Bjørn Einar Bjartnes
- Permalink to F# by example: discriminated unions, record types, tuples and operators. – Vicenç García-Altés
- Using F# For Enterprise Applications – Jon Wood
- Fast n-body Simulation with Alea GPU and OpenGL
- Play with Particles I – The Physics and CPU Implementation – Tobias Kesselring
- Play with Particles II – GPU Implementation – Tobias Kesselring
- Play with Particles III – Visualize using OpenGL – Tobias Kesselring
- Design Pattern: Bridge – Alex Hardwicke
- API Design Workshop – Michael Newton
- Getting started with F# on a Mac Using Windows 10 – Nick Heiner
- Using the XML Type Provider – Jamie Dixon
- Fun with Charts and the REPL – Richard Dalton
- Getting the types in an F# union type – Steve Gilham
- Getting the types in an F# union type II — the perils of relying on undocumented implementation details – Steve Gilham
- Documenting the available .NET standard formats of .ToString(fmt) with a small F# code snippet – Functional Software
- Building Windows 8.1 Store Apps with Elastic Bamboo – Dax Fohl
F# vNext News
- F# actually compiles private members as internal in IL.
- Recently proposed ideas:
- Allow all inferrable SRTP constraints to be written in signatures
- Improve type inference
- Make the result of the dict function implement IDictionary
- This user voice entry form should allow code samples
- Indentation of new lines should be dependent on the *start* of the previous line, not the end of it
- Paket 1.3.3
- F# Data 2.2.1
- Cronix 0.3.2
- FSharp.Formatting 2.9.6
- Math.NET Numerics for F# 3.7.0
- WebSharper 3.0.59
- NLog FSharp 3.2.1
- Aardvark.Base.FSharp 1.2.0
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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