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  • Blog Post: F# samples and community resources

    There are lots of resources available for learning more about F#. In this blog post, I’ll call out some of the best jumping-off points for learning F# through samples, asking questions, and getting involved in the F# community. Code Samples There are a variety of places to get sample code...
  • Blog Post: Online project templates, NuGet, and unit testing with F# in Visual Studio 2012

    In this blog post, I show off a number of F# integration features in Visual Studio 2012, by walking through an end-to-end scenario of authoring and testing an F# library. The code itself is not the focus; rather, I’ll focus on the IDE tooling as we walk through the scenario. In the end, we’ll...
  • Blog Post: More About F# 3.0 Language Features

    Version 3.0 of the F# language (which ships with Visual Studio 2012) has a number of new language features. I expect that most people who follow F# are aware of the two big new language features: Type Providers and LINQ queries , which work together to help F# developers have great experiences working...
  • Blog Post: F# IntelliSense Improvements in Visual Studio 11 Beta

    IntelliSense is the identifier auto-completion facility in Visual Studio. As a developer, IntelliSense is critical to my productivity, as it allows me to easily work with thousands of functions from different namespaces and classes without having to constantly leave the editor to consult API documentation...
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