F# Weekly #4, 2013
28/01/2013 1 Comment
It was a really nice and full of news week. A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- http://www.tryfsharp.org/ v3.0 – a new interactive site for learning F# (Learn. Create. Explore.)
- Foq 0.6 is released. Typed mocking for F
#& C #now with Strict & Loose mocking modes, also available via Nuget.
- IntelliFactory CloudSharper on Facebook (It needs your likes).
- Dave Thomas managed to get F# and MonoTouch playing together nicely on iPhone simulator.
- A new F# sample: Word Grid is F# sample that runs in Windows Azure.
- Mono 3.0.3 is released.
- Mathias Brandewinder posted “Still obsessing on FSI and Excel“.
- Paul Roberts wrote about “Parsing Expression Grammar – part 2“.
- The “Designing with types” series was shared by Scott XXX
- Michael Newton wrote “A short interlude into adaptive polling“.
- Tomas Petricek blogged “Announcing: Literate programming tools for F#“.
- Tomas Petricek shared “F# Script file: Side-by-side example“.
- Jack Fox blogged “A Unified Collection of Purely Functional List-like Data Structures“.
- Ashley Nathan Feniello posted “Programming is “Pointless”“.
- Lev Gorodinski wrote “Inverting Object-orientation With F# Discriminated Unions and Pattern Matching“.
- Yan Cui published “LINQ OrderBy – using Comparer<T>.Create and F#’s Object Expressions“.
- Piet Amersfoort blogged “Windows Store Apps with F# (part 1) : Make things as simple as possible, but not simpler.“
Piet Amersfoort blogged “Windows Store Apps with F# (part 2) : async/await“.
- Reto Matter posted “Functional Feed-forward Neural Networks, Part 2: Backpropagation Learning“.
- MSR paper “Fault Tolerance via Idempotence” by G Ramalingam and Kapil Vaswani.
- “Reverend Bayes, Meet Countess Lovelace: Machine Learning and Programming” by Andy Gordon.
- Steffen Forkmann wrote “Running FAKE targets from the command line“.
- Tao Liu posted “Generated Type Provider and Code Generation“.
- Mathias Brandewinder wrote “Testing and mocking your C# code with F#“.
- Phil Trelford blogged “Moq with F# 3“.
- Richard Dalton shared “Learning to think functionally – Currying“.
- Steffen Forkmann posted “Released new AssemblyVersion tasks for FAKE“.
- Dave Fancher blogged “Why F#?“.
A bit more about new Try F#:
- Don Syme wrote “Try F# – Learn, Create and Share F#, from your browser“.
- Visual Studio F# Team posted “Try F# 3.0 Launched Today!“.
- Dr Dobb’s posted “Microsoft Research Releases Newest Version Of Try F#“.
- Carl Nolan posted “Try F# 3.0 Released“.
- Pluralsight posted “Microsoft Research Wants You To “Try F#”“.
- Microsoft Research Connections posted “Try F#—Data Console to Big and Broad Data“
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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