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  • 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...
  • Blog Post: Updates to the August 2011 F# 2.0 Compiler Code Drop

    Over on the F# team blog we've announced Updates to the August 2011 F# 2.0 Compiler Code Drop As announced at the Microsoft Research 20th Anniversary event in Cambridge UK, we have updated the F# 2.0 compiler source code drop to include changes related to the www.tryfsharp.org web application....
  • Blog Post: Simple F# ViewModel for Silverlight MVVM

    The wonderful F# Snippets community site continues to be a source of great inspiration, guidance and samples in the practical use of F# in all sorts of domains The latest addition is a " Simple F# ViewModel for Silverlight MVVM ". F# is an excellent language for implementing Silverlight View Model...
  • Blog Post: Update to the F# 2.0 Free Tools Release, Corresponding to Visual Studio 2010 SP1 (April 2011 CTP)

    We have announced a small update to the F# 2.0 Free Tools release over on the recently created F# Team Blog . Here's the introduction to the release announcement: Today the F# team has released an update to the F# 2.0 Free Tools Release , last updated in August 2010 . This is a relatively small...
  • Blog Post: FSharp.Charting - Wrapping the System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting Charting Types (was FSharpChart)

    [ Edit: The latest version of FSharp.Charting can be found here ] I'm just back from giving an F# talk at Microsoft TechDays in Sweden, which was a very enjoyable trip. One of the things I show in my talks these days is the use of the .NET 4.0 charting controls with F# to display some data from...
  • Blog Post: Project templates for F# games, libraries and applications on Windows Phone 7 using XNA

    Johann Deneux and Giuseppe Maggiore have been putting together templates for F# games, libraries and applications for Windows Phone 7 (WP7) XNA . This extends Dan Mohl's great work on templates for list, panorama and vanilla applications. Like all other templates on Visual Studio Gallery, these are...
  • 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: F# Windows Phone 7 (Silverlight) Templates Now On Visual Studio Gallery

    Dan Mohl from the F# community has added some F# Windows Phone 7 (Silverlight) templates on Visual Studio Gallery. Screen shot below. Cheers! don (Note: A WP7 FSharp.Core.dll has been included as part of these templates. It is also part of the Microsoft F# August 2010 CTP .)
  • Blog Post: Some F# Project Templates Available Online

    One of the things I've been remiss in doing is advertising the existence of some key F# templates for use with Visual Studio. First, if you have Visual Studio 2010, you can access many of these templates simply by going "New Project --> Online Templates --> ..." and looking for F# templates...
  • Blog Post: F# PowerPack May 2010 – now for Silverlight

    Dmitry Lomov from the F# team has announced the May 2010 version of the F# PowerPack : Today we release a new version of F# PowerPack - an open-source collection of libraries and tools for use with F# programming language provided by F# team at Microsoft. Starting from this release, F# PowerPack...
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