F# Weekly #12, 2014
24/03/2014 1 Comment
Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- fslang.uservoice.com is a new F# Language User Voice. Register, vote and share your ideas! Influence the next version of F#!
- Visual F# Power Tools 0.5.0 is out with semantic highlighting and performance improvements!!!
- Learn about F# API of Akka for .NET incubation project. (Available on NuGet now)
- WebSharper site was updated: a new page to list selected WebSharper extensions.
Dmitry Morozov introduced F# SqlEnum Type Provider (Type safe enum-like types for reference/lookup data)
- Anton Tayanovskyy presented F# Vagrant dev boxes for Ubuntu and Arch.
- New UpForGrabs issues in FSharp.Data. Is anyone interested?
- Mono and F# are available now in boxparts in CodioHQ. Just do `parts install mono fsharp` in the terminal.
- Fsharp topic exists on Quora. Please do not hesitate to discuss F# on Quora if you use it.
- GA Release for Google APIs Client Library for .NET. Right time to test it from F#.
- Porting Quake III to F# A Journey to Functional Programming with Will Smith.
- Uncovering the Unknown: Principles of Type Inference
- “Building a Language for Spreadsheet Refactoring” by Felienne Hermans.
- “Railway Oriented Programming” by Scott Wlaschin.
- Sacha Barber posted “F#8 Discriminated Unions“.
- Jamie Dixon blogged “Apriori Algorithm and F# Using Elevator Inspection Data“.
- Marcin Juraszek wrote about “Folders in F# projects. How to do it? What to avoid?“.
- Rick Robinson shared “In the Programming Language Landscape, F# Moves toward the Front of the Class“.
- Michael Newton blogged “Type Providers From the First Floor“.
- Tadsan wrote about “F# and Emacs“.
- “The Power of Partial Application” by Scott Wlaschin.
- Sacha Barber posted “F#9 : Option types“
- Phil Trelford presented “Foq 1.6“.
- Antonio Lucca blogged “Venn diagrams and Categorical Propositions in F#“.
- Gustavo Guerra posted “F# Named Union Fields“.
- Gustavo Guerra posted “Maintaining Backwards Compatibility When Changing APIs in F#“.
- Anton Kropp presented “Strongly typed powershell csv parser“.
- Mathias Brandewinder blogged “FsCheck + XUnit = The Bomb“.
- Patrick Durusau shared a link to “Building a Language for Spreadsheet Refactoring“.
- Dave Fancher wrote that “The Book of F#, Now Available“.
- Phil Trelford blogged “F# Type Providers“.
- James D’Angelo posted “Quick and Dirty Command Handlers, Event Handlers, Wiring it Up“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
Previous F# Weekly edition – #11