F# Weekly #10, 2014
10/03/2014 1 Comment
Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- “InfoWorld: get with it – it’s not “Microsoft’s” F#, it’s everyone’s. Open source, cross-platform, freely available fsharp.org” by Don Syme.
- F# is on its way to the top 10 in TIOBE index.
- Do not forget to post your F# event in F# conferences list on lanyrd.com.
- FSharp.Data 2.0.0 is published to NuGet + new release docs.
- CloudSharper 0.9.7 now integrates FSharp.Compiler.Service.
- In the first month, “Visual F# PowerTools” has got 10 contributors and 1k downloads. This is awesome!
- F# addin 3.2.25 for MonoDevelop and XamarinStudio is released. Improvements to refactoring, find-all references and more.
- FSharp.Compiler.Service 0.0.29 is now up on NuGet: now with better symbol analysis, as used in @FSPowerTools and @fsharpbinding.
- New feature was added to F# User Voice “Optional parameters on let bindings on modules“. Please vote if you agree.
- FSharp Composable Extensions is on NuGet now.
- miTLS (a verified reference implementation of the TLS protocol) is written in F#.
- Steffen Forkmann can merge your PRO faster than you will be able to come home.
- Nobuhisa presented a sample of ASP.NET Identity written in F#.
- A good list/overview of math libraries for .NET was published on SO, see more on fsharp.org.
- F# Everywhere with Neil Danson
- Domain-Driven Design, Event Sourcing and CQRS with F# and EventStore by Lev Gorodinski
- CloudSharper-Creating Your First Web Project from IntelliFactory
- Khalid Abuhakmeh posted “Unit Testing with XUnit and F#“.
- Jon Fazzaro wrote “Think Like A Functional Programmer For Better Object Oriented Code“.
- Nicolas Rolland shared “Projection, QR, etc..“.
- Jamie Dixon blogged “Restaurant Classifier: Async For Faster Performance?“.
- teramonagi posted “Functionally option pricing by binomial tree“.
- Neil Danson wrote about “It just works(™)!“.
- Sacha Barber posted F# series on CodeProject:
- Paul Krill wrote “Microsoft-backed F# language surges in popularity“.
- Marius Bancila posted “F# Operations on List“.
- Natallie Baikevich blogged “FsCheck and co: Testing Excel Financial Functions“.
- Ramón Soto Mathiesen wrote “F# is surprisingly expressive“.
- James D’Angelo posted “Combining F# and Simple.Web to Break SqlEntityConnection“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
Previous F# Weekly edition – #9