Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- FSharp.Core 4.7 is out with netstandard2 support.
- ML.NET 1.3.1 is released
- Announcing FSharp.SystemTextJson: Support for F# union and record types for .NET Core System.Text.Json
- Sign up to Compositional IT’s SAFE course and get free coaching sessions!
- Improving .NET Core installation in Visual Studio and on Windows
- Try out Nullable Reference Types
- Update on .NET Standard adoption
- What’s new in Rider 2019.2 for F#
- Getting started with Elmish.WPF
- Alexa Skills SDK for .NET
- GitHub Actions: Automate your workflow
from idea to production
- Open F# 2019 is in San Francisco on Thursday September 26th and 27th, with pre-conference workshops on Wednesday, September 25th
Videos & Slides
- F# Code I Love – Don Syme
- Let’s build a Todo List application with React, Elmish, F# and Fable – Roman Sachse
- Code Like Scott with Scott Hanselman
- F# from a C# Developers Perspective – Part 3 – James
- Combining monads – Nick Blair
- Introducing No Curly – beta release – Sam Williams
- Updated: Cold Starts in Serverless Functions – Mikhail Shilkov
- Functional design: combinators – Giulio Canti
- IDataView Type System – Xavier Dupré
- Analyzing native memory allocation with BenchmarkDotNet – Wojciech Nagórski
- Geting 4x Speedup With .NET Core 3.0 SIMD Intrinsics – Alex Yakunin
- LambdaFactory/Fornax – Static site generator using type safe F# DSL to define page templates.
- timheuer/alexa-skills-dotnet – An Amazon Alexa Skills SDK for .NET
- mrbandler/FsFirestore – Functional F# library to access Firestore database hosted on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) or Firebase.
- aardvark-platform/aardvark.rendering – The dependency-aware, high-performance aardvark rendering engine. This repo is part of aardvark – an open-source platform for visual computing, real-time graphics and visualization.
- Bolero v0.7
- Fornax 0.2
- FSharp.Core 4.7.0
- Microsoft.ML 1.3.1
- Rider 2019.2
- VS Code July 2019 (version 1.37)
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
Previous F# Weekly edition – #31, 2019