If you're writing an academic paper or journal, what should you reference for F#?  Well, of course it's up to you! :-) But the topic came up here at MSR Cambridge this evening (after all, it is that time of year - POPL deadline!)

Here are some options. I've included a BibTex reference for Expert F# further below since it's not so easy to find an auto-generated one on the usual sites.

 

 Here is a bibtex entry for Expert F#, given here because again the academic reference systems don't seem to track books very well!

@book {springerlink:10.1007/978-1-4302-0285-1_19,

    author = {Syme, Don and Granicz, Adam and Cisternino, Antonio},

    title = {Expert F#},

    publisher = {Apress},

    isbn = {978-1-4302-0285-1},

    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-0285-1_19},

    year = {2007} }

Enjoy!

Don