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  • Blog Post: Force-Directed Graph Layout in HTML5 with F# and WebSharper

    Do you want to write succinct, type-safe and correct HTML5 web code which is not full of bugs ? Writing Javascript-executing code with F# is appealing for these and other reasons I've gone into before, and the open source Pit and WebSharper frameworks give ways to use F# to write HTML5/Javascript code...
  • Blog Post: Is Javascript code always so full of bugs?

    Slightly off topic... The "debugging options" got turned on in my browser recently. I think this happened when I was debugging some web code in Visual Studio. From this, it's been interesting to see how regularly my web browsing experience is now interrupted by what must surely be outright bugs in...
  • Blog Post: F#, WebSharper, JavaScript, HTML5, Mobile etc.

    I'm catching up on blogging about what's been going on in F# lately. One thing that happened over the vacation is that the F# HTML5/Mobile development tool called WebSharper is now open source, and free for use for open source projects ( details on the site ). There is also a community project called...
  • Blog Post: 6 Month Contract Position at MSR Cambridge: Cross-Platform and Web-Delivered Data-Rich Programming with F# 3.0

    Microsoft Research are seeking candidates for a 6-month contract position in F# programming to help improve the capabilities of F# in the area of cross-platform and web-delivered data-rich programming. The candidate should have several of the following: Excellent F# programming skills Experience...
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