Welcome to F# Weekly,
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A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Announcing .NET Core 3 Preview 3
- .NET Core 3.0 will RTM “in the second half of 2019”
- First preview of .NET Standard 2.1
- Docker and cgroup memory limits finally respected
- Call for papers LambdAle 2019 – London – Sept 21
- Lens Generation using TypeShape
- Why to use Ply? (high performance TPL library for F#)
- What IDE actually works with FSI currently?
- Visual Studio 2019 for Mac Preview 3
- Visual Studio 2019 for Mac Preview Release Notes
- Xamarin.Forms 3.6: Visual Has Materialized
Videos & Papers
- Initializing Mutually Referential Abstract Objects: The Value Recursion Challenge – Don Syme (March 2006)
- Azure Functions With F# – Aaron Powell
- K-means Using F# – Gaston Verelst
- Comparison of Json.NET, Chiron, and FParsec using discriminated unions, records, and classes – znprojects
- Some performance tricks with .NET strings – Gérald Barré
- Hardware intrinsic in .NET Core 3.0 – Introduction – Fei Peng
- Ignoring Operation Result when using F# async Computation Expression – Bohdan Stupak
- My first F# project – dotnet-sqldb – Daniel Wertheim
- Resources I’ve found useful to get going with F# – Daniel Wertheim
- Async Enumerables with Cancellation – Julien Couvreur
Open source projects
- ChrisPritchard/FSH – F# Shell with integrated F# scripting. Like Bash or Powershell, but better ’cause F#.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
Previous F# Weekly edition – #9, 2019
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