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  • Blog Post: F# Deep Dives - Chapter 4 - Financial Programming

    Earlier I posted about F# Deep Dives and its Early Access Program for reading chapters of the book as they become available. I'm particularly struck by the contents of Chapter 4 - Numerical computing in the financial domain by Chao-Jen Chen . This looks like a stunning guide to financial programming...
  • Blog Post: Expert F# 3.0

    Expert F# 3.0 is now out! The book is a comprehensive guide to F#, with the first chapters taking you through functional, imperative and object programming, and later chapters featuring many applied topics in F# programming. The book has been substantially revised and now features additional material...
  • Blog Post: F# - Einstieg und praktische Anwendung, Oliver Sturm

    Ein neues F# Buch, auf Deutsch http://entwickler-press.de/ep/psecom,id,2,buchid,239.html Mit Visual Studio 2010 hielt eine neue Programmiersprache in der .NET-Welt Einzug: F#. Das Stadium der Forschungssprache hat F# hinter sich gelassen und stellt Ihnen mit seinem hybriden Ansatz Möglichkeiten...
  • Blog Post: The F# Survival Guide (archived edition)

    There is a very nice online book called "The F# Survival Guide", previously hosted at ctocorner.com. Unfortunately, for some reason that site is no longer available. Several F# community members have tried to work out why, but so far to no avail. In any case, the book is HTML and the most recent version...
  • Blog Post: New Book: FRIENDLY F# through Game Development and XNA

    Giuseppe Maggiore has just written to me about his new F# e-book, FRIENDLY F# through Game Development and XNA , where you learn F# through game development with XNA! This looks fabulous - I learnt to program through games, and so what better way to learn programming than this combination? You can also...
  • Blog Post: The F# Journal: Low Latency Allocationless Programming on .NET

    The latest article from The F# Journal is on a topic I sometimes get asked about when talking to people doing low-latency financial trading systems: Allocationless programming on .NET "An extreme technique used in some latency-critical applications is to completely circumvent the garbage collector...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Press are looking for authors to write books on F#

    Devon Musgrave from Microsoft Press has just tweeted a call for authors to write books on F#. He is particularly interested in things like a "step by step guide to F# for people who already know programming". Contact "devonm" at microsoft.com.
  • Blog Post: Professional F# 2.0, from Wrox

    The long awaited Professional F# 2.0 is now available from Wrox! I got my copy from Talbott at PDC10, and have been greatly enjoying working my way through it, and I like everything I've seen. The book covers everything you need to know to get started with writing professional software components...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with F# using an online book

    Some of the recent announcements around F# have greatly expanded the number of people looking to dig into the language. One great resource for getting started with F# online is the online book called The F# Survival Guide , from CTO Corner. To quote Mark Pearl : I highly recommend those wanting to...
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