Welcome to F# Weekly,
This is an anniversary edition of F# Weekly, we are together for 3 years already! Just wow! It was an amazing time, a lot of things changed in the F# world during this period, but one thing stays the same – you still read F# Weekly every week, thank you for that!
In order to celebrate this date, I ask you to join “F# Advent Calendar in English 2015” and make this December unbelievably cool!
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- .NET LLVM compiler – a 6 month retrospective
- First CoreCLR program that uses Paket.
- FCor – a new open source F# numerical library accelerated by MKL
- F# Day by Day – F# introduction in 20 daily lessons by Ralf Westphal.
- FSharp-JVM-Life – an F# Conway Game of Life running on the JVM.
- gluon – F# to Typescript communication
- resharper-paket – Plugin for ReSharper to support Paket references correctly
- Paket support for vnext project files
- New outlining is coming to F# Power Tools.
- Word count example using MBrace
- Property-Based Testing using F# with Mark Seemann
- FsCheck: For Each Function, There Exist Properties to be Checked – Paulmichael Blasucci
- An open letter about the terms “F#” and “Visual F#” – Don Syme
- Minimal CoreCLR Console App – Cameron Taggart
- F# Past and Future Discussed at F# Gotham – Pierre-Luc Maheu
- MBrace, CloudFlows and FSharp.Data – data analysis made easy – Isaac Abraham
- Constraints in FSharp – Tomas Jansson
- User Groups and F# – Simon Foster
- Introduction to F# : Hello World! – Carl Kinghorn
F# vNext News
- Microsoft commit to bring F# support to .NET Native
- How to help with building F# for the CoreCLR
- F# for CoreCLR Status
- Recently proposed ideas:
- F# mode for Emacs (20151024.419)
- Suave v0.33 with libuv support
- Ionide-fsharp v1.4 moved to SuaveIO based FSAC.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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