Dan Ciruli is director of products over at Digipede. He's recently been experimenting with F# programming and the Digipede Network and has posted a code sample showing how to distribute F# calculations across a grid using the Digipede Framework SDK. The code is easy to follow, and he's looking for comments on the approach he has used.

Many people agree that distributed computing will be increasingly important to applied functional programming over the coming years, and Digipede and .NET have a lot to offer as a distributed computing substrate. Great stuff Dan!