Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Ionide – a suite of packages built on top of the Atom editor that allow cross platform F# development. (upcoming FsReveal integration)
- Microsoft Research is working on an open-source distributed analytics platform, codenamed Prajna, that is similar to Apache Spark, and meant for building distributed cloud services.
- Paket 2.0 + compatible VisualStudio and Atom addins (dependency groups were introduced)
- Please help to improve the Xamarin F# experience by answering this quick survey.
- edX F# course starts on Sept 28
- Some reasons to consider HOPAC.
- New Visual F# PowerTools small feature: go to referenced files from #load inside fsx scripts.
- NuGet packages from .NET world.
- Little Introduction To Functional Programming & WCF Example in F# – Enrico Benini
- Microsoft Data Science Technologies: Architecture Edition – Mark Tabladillo
- Powering the Internet of Things – Roger Lipscombe
- Brave New OCaml World – Marek Kubica
- Strengthening the building blocks of the digital world through research-industry collaboration – Don Syme
- Creating web sites with Suave: How to contribute to F# Snippets – Tomas Petricek
- Interview with Adam Granicz on WebSharper 3 – Pierre-Luc Maheu
- Drone Builder – A Story of Drones, React, and F# – Frank A. Krueger
- An Actor model example with Akka.NET – Claus Sørensen
- Functional error handling – parsing command line arguments in F# – Leif Battermann
- Exercises in Programming Style–Monolith – Yan Cui
- Try WebSharper: on-hover type info – István Gansperger
- F# Friday – The Seq.skip Function – Brad Collins
- Cross-platform C# and F# in 2015 – Tim Jones
F# vNext News
- Thank you Lincoln Atkinson for all that you have done for F#!
- Recently proposed ideas:
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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