Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- .NET Highlights in Visual Studio 2017 version 15.7 Preview 4
- Performance Improvements in .NET Core 2.1
- Help us plan the future of .NET!
- Diversity opportunity: “Capturing Domain Logic in F#” workshop
- Tensor for F# (n-dimensional array of an arbitrary data type)
- Welcome to fsharpConf
- Concurrent programming with F# – Tamizh Vendan (slides)
- The curious case of Freya, Suave and Giraffe: Reducing risks in picking a new tech – Gien Verschatse (slides)
- The astounding fable of Fable – Alfonso Garcia-Caro
- Building mobile apps using Xamarin and F# – Jim Bennett
- How to look like a statistician: a developer’s guide to probabilistic programming – Evelina Gabasova
- A journey from learning F# to contributing to the compiler – Ody Mbegbu
- Distributed tracing, lessons learned – Gina-Marie Maini
- F# from the trenches – Vincent Labrecque
- Describing the world to visually impaired with F# and Cognitive Services – Edgar Sanchez
- The SAFE Stack: Rapid full stack F# development – Jeremy Abbott
- A bit of Foom & F# and hardware intrinsics in CoreCLR – Will & Tanner
- A tale of two languages: F# & Q# – John Azariah
- Ask us anything about the F# Software Foundation – Reed Copsey, Jr.
- Q&A with the F# team at Microsoft – Phillip Carter, Will Smith, Kevin Ransom
- Backward compatibility and overloading – Jon Skeet’s
- Build web service using F# and ASP.NET Core – Samuele Resca
- Building Azure Functions With F# Script and Visual Studio Code by Mike Sigsworth
- Basic Syntax FSharp – Nam Vu
- Language Service Protocol support for FsAutoComplete
- Use Roslyn for backing metadata bytes in VS
- New ideas:
Open source projects
- WebSharper.Mvu – Elm-inspired MVU (Model-View-Update) architecture for WebSharper client-side applications.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
Previous F# Weekly edition – #15, 2018