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  • Blog Post: F# in 20 Minutes - Part I

    Edit: If you are interested in learning F#, let me take the opportunity to provide a shameless plug for my book Programming F# . Edit: Updated for the September CTP. Edit: While I certainly encourage you to read my blog, there is a great video we did for PDC titled An Introduction to Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: A Java to x86 compiler written in F#

    A little personal information about me, I’m currently working on a masters degree at the University of Washington. And a few weeks ago I completed taking a course in Compiler Construction , where the course project was to build a simple Java compiler that generated x86 executables. While most students...
  • Blog Post: How to debug compiler generated code

    Edit 2/8/2010: Update for recent F# language changes James Margetson recently showed me a great tip for debugging compiler generated code. Typically the problem is that using the Visual Studio debugger all you see is the x86 disassembly of the JIT-ed methods, but what you really need is the IL...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to F# Active Patterns

    You may have heard of Active Patterns before – typically in conjunction with the words ‘awesome’ or ‘amazing’. Active Patterns are one of the more unique language features in F# and once you get a good feel for them one of the most powerful. This post will demonstrate Active Patterns from single-case...
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