Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Announcing .NET Core 3.0 Preview 8 (with “Go Live:” support)
- New fable.io site is published with much better documentation!
- Struggling to convince your team of the benefits of F#? Compositional IT can help get it over the line.
- Nominate Community for F# Heroes 2019!
- Discussion: SAFE Template Simplification
- Highest Paid Programming Languages in 2019
- Introducing Boots: Streamline Xamarin Continuous Integration
Videos & Slides
- WTF# is Event Sourcing – Stachu Korick & Roman Sachse
- Welcome to meta programming club! Episode 1 – F# Quotations – Dave Thomas
- Asynchronous programming in F# 3/3 – Pipelines with Map and Bind – Roman Sachse
- What is the Elm Architecture and how does it work – Stream snippets – Roman Sachse & Zaid Ajaj
- Harald Steinlechner, Georg Haaser – Functional programming vs Efficient Computer Graphics
- Build A ML.NET Machine Learning Model In F# – Jon Wood
- Updating FSharp.Compiler.Service – August 2019 – Chet Husk
- Use HttpClient via IHttpClientFactory in a .NET Core 2.2 console app without implementing IHostedService – Jon Sagara
- Migrating a C# test suite to property based tests in F# – part 1 – Viktor Andersson
- Getting Started with gRPC Client Factory – Steve Gordon
- Nullable references in C# 8.0 – Eric Sink
- .NET Debugging: 6 techniques you need in your arsenal – Daniel Hilgarth
- TechEmpower/FrameworkBenchmarks: Update zebra and giraffe to use dotnet core 3 (almost 60% faster)
- Expecto support is coming to Rider
- Consolidating .NET GitHub repos
- vsapronov/FSharp.Json – F# JSON Reflection based serialization library
- NetMQ/FsNetMQ – NetMQ F# Binding
- bangjunyoung/SpiralMatrixSharp – Arguably the world’s most advanced spiral matrix generator written in F#.
- Zaid-Ajaj/Feliz.Router – An Elmish router that is focused, powerful yet extremely easy to use. Made for developer happiness.
- willnationsdev/godot-fsharp-tools – A Godot Engine plugin to simplify using F# through the C# Mono language.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
Previous F# Weekly edition – #32, 2019