F# Weekly #7, 2014
16/02/2014 1 Comment
Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Highlighting usage (+operators) and navigation bar came to F# Power Tools.
- F# addin v3.2.23 for MonoDevelop and Xamarin Studio is released (Support for rename refactoring, highlight references and more).
- Fmat (an open source numerical library) is on NuGet now.
- F# 3.0 package for Debian is now available.
- Follow @bayardrock for updates on the iPython Notebook support for F#
- New version of SQLProvider is on NuGet with an experimental MS Access support.
- New release of F# mode for Emacs.
- “F# for the client – from WPF to iOS” by James Moore and Reed Copsey, Jr.
- “F# in Social Gaming” by Yan Cui.
- “Information-Rich Programming in F# with Semantic Data” by Steffan Staab and Martin Leinberger.
- Deedle: Effective Data & Time Series Analysis with Tomas Petricek
- Don Syme announced “PhD/Masters-level Internship Positions at Microsoft Research, Cambridge“.
- Adam Granicz posted “CloudSharper Local alpha available“.
- Dave Thomas blogged “Danger Unstable Structure – No More!“.
- Jamie Dixon posted “Analysis of Health Inspection Data using F#“.
- Kunjan Dalal wrote “ServiceStack F# template Update. Circle is Complete“.
- Neil Danson published “Building a C# compiler in F#“.
- Karlkim Suwanmongkol wrote about “Recursion and Tail-recursion in F#“.
- Mikael Helldén posted “An F# School Book Example“.
- Larry O’Brien blogged “Notes on my first real F# program“.
- Kunjan Dalal wrote “ServiceStack F# template. Starting from the Start“.
- Larry O’Brien published “On parentheses in F#“.
- Ross McKinlay wrote about “Fun with a toy robotic arm!“.
- Robert Nielsen blogged “Monad bind operator for function composition, part 1 of 2“.
- Simon Cousins posted “Does the Language You Use Make a Difference (revisited)?“.
- Mathias Brandewinder wrote “Amoeba Optimization Method using F#“.
- Julie Lerman published “Data, Meet My New Friend, F#“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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