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  • Blog Post: FSharp.Data.SqlClient: Seamlessly integrating T-SQL and F# in the same code [Guest Post]

    This week's post is a guest article writtten by Dmitry Sevastianov with help from Dmitry Morozov , two members of the F# community, about FSharp.Data.SqlClient , a fascinatingly simple and elegant technique to integrate T-SQL and F# in new ways, using the ever-awesome power of F# type providers. First...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's "F# in Finance" in London - Initial Report

    On Monday Microsoft hosted the first “F# in Finance” at Microsoft’s corporate offices in London, co-organized by Fountainhead Consulting. The next " F# in Finance " event will be in New York City on 11 December , you can register now! The London event was the first event...
  • Blog Post: F# in Finance in London - Three Days and Counting!

    Three days until F# in Finance in London on Monday, 25th November. Brought to you by Microsoft and Fountainhead Labs . F# in Finance (registration) Date: Monday 25th November 2013, 8:00am to 6:15pm. Venue : Microsoft, Cardinal Place 80-100 Victoria St, London, SW1E 5JL. Twitter : @FountainheadLab...
  • Blog Post: Using F# and Entity Framework with an Azure Database (Windows Azure Training in F#, Part Three)

    The indefatigable Sir Eel has published a series on the The Windows Azure Training Kit in F#. Part 3 covers Using Entity Framework with an Azure Database . Part 1 - WATK in F#, Part 1: Building and Publishing Windows Azure Web Sites Part 2 - WATK in F#, Part 2: Deploying an Azure Web Site with...
  • Blog Post: Building and Publishing Web Sites containing F# Code (Windows Azure Training in F#, Part One)

    The indefatigable Sir Eel has published a series on the The Windows Azure Training Kit in F#. Part 1 covers building and publishing Window Azure web sites which contain F# code. Part 1 - WATK in F#, Part 1: Building and Publishing Windows Azure Web Sites Here begins a series of posts showing how...
  • Blog Post: Pushing F# Websites to Azure with Git (Windows Azure Training in F#, Part Two)

    You can now push F#-implemented websites directly to Windows Azure from Git and GitHub! The indefatigable Sir Eel has published a series for the Windows Azure Training Kit in F# and the corresponding "Hands On Labs" (aka "Do-it-yourself training in the comfort, privacy and safety of your own home...
  • Blog Post: An Update to the F# Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample

    [ The CRM type provider sample is available as the FSharpx.TypeProviders.Xrm NuGet package, pat of the FSharpx community library. The namespace has changed from "Samples" to "FSharpx" The updates below are in the process of being transferred into FSharpx package ] Part 1 - The Microsoft Dynamics CRM...
  • Blog Post: The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample: Static Parameters

    [ Update: the CRM type provider is now available as the FSharpx.TypeProviders.Xrm NuGet package, part of the FSharpx library. The namespace has changed from "Samples" to "FSharpx" ] Part 1 - The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample Part 2 - The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample -...
  • Blog Post: The F# 3.0 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample - Strongly-typed enterprise-scale customer data made simple

    [ Update: the CRM type provider is now available as the FSharpx.TypeProviders.Xrm NuGet package. The namespace has changed from "Samples" to "FSharpx". Further information on the F# Community can be found at fsharp.org ] Part 1 - The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample Part 2 - The Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Learn How to Create an Internet Game Using F#, C#, and ASP.NET

    We have just released a new MSDN sample and tutorial that shows how to use F# and C# in a Windows Azure cloud service . If you are interested in cloud programming with F# or any other language, we encourage you try out the sample! The sample is a crossword game called WordGrid, which is reminiscent...
  • Blog Post: F# Community Update

    At the Visual F# team, we're glad to be contributors to the broader F# language and community through the Visual F# tools , the free F# Tools for Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web , and the open source code drops of the F# compiler and libraries . As part of this, we're pleased to see that the F#...
  • Blog Post: Try F# 3.0 - Get Your Feedback In Now!

    The new edition of the Try F# website from Microsoft is rapidly approaching the final stages of engineering! For those who haven't seen it, the new edition of this website is available at http://preview.tryfsharp.org The site is still in beta but progressing fast! You can see the latest 'hot bits...
  • Blog Post: Updated F# Language Specification for F# 3.0 Now Available

    Further information on the F# Community can be found at fsharp.org , which also hosts a copy of this specification. The Visual F# team are glad to announce that we have now updated the F# Language Specification for F# 3.0 . The aim of this update is to document the language features introduced in...
  • Blog Post: “B-Movie Madness” Sample Now Available

    When we released F# Tools for Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web last month, we made a short F# launch video available: F# 3.0 Information Rich Programming . The video featured a sample C#/F# MVC4 ASP.NET app named “B-Movie Madness,” which we’ve now made available as part of the F# 3.0 Sample Pack on...
  • 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: Announcing the F# 3.0 Open Source Code Drop

    Note: See the F# Software Foundation for the latest on Open Source and Cross-Platform F# As announced by the Visual F# team t oday at StrangeLoop 2012 , the open source code drop for F# 3.0 is now available! This code drop comes right on the heels of the release of F# 3.0 as part of Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: The F# 3.0 Freebase Type Provider Sample: Some Info on Queries

    [ Update: the Freebase type provider is now available as part of the FSharp.Data NuGet package and library. The namespace has changed from "Samples.DataStore.Freebase" to "FSharp.Data". Find out more about F# at fsharp.org . ] The F# 3.0 Freebase Type Provider Sample includes some support for query...
  • Blog Post: The F# 3.0 Freebase Type Provider Sample: Queries for Presidents, Books and Stars

    [ Update: the Freebase type provider is now available as part of the FSharp.Data NuGet package and library. The namespace has changed from "Samples.DataStore.Freebase" to "FSharp.Data". Find out more about F# at fsharp.org . ] Part 1 - The Freebase Type Provider Sample - Integrating Internet-Scale...
  • Blog Post: The Freebase Type Provider Sample: Static Parameters

    [ Update: the Freebase type provider is now available as part of the FSharp.Data NuGet package and library. The namespace has changed from "Samples.DataStore.Freebase" to "FSharp.Data". Find out more about F# at fsharp.org . ] Part 1 - The Freebase Type Provider Sample - Integrating Internet-Scale...
  • Blog Post: Tip for the day: If you get the error "Type provider assembly ... is not trusted..."

    Tip for the day: If you get the error ""Type provider assembly ... is not trusted and will not be loaded for security reasons" and you want to explicitly opt-in to trusting it, then Go to the Tools --> Options --> F# Tools --> Type Providers" in Visual Studio Tick the assembly.or add...
  • Blog Post: The F# 3.0 Freebase Type Provider Sample – Integrating Internet-Scale Data Sources into a Strongly Typed Language

    [ Update: the Freebase type provider is now available as part of the FSharp.Data NuGet package and library. The namespace has changed from "Samples.DataStore.Freebase" to "FSharp.Data". Find out more about F# at fsharp.org . ] Part 1 - The Freebase Type Provider Sample - Integrating Internet-Scale Data...
  • Blog Post: Announcing F# Tools for Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web!

    The F# team is excited to announce that F# Tools for Visual Studio 2012 Express for Web is now available! Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web (available here ) is a free development environment that programmers can use to build projects such as ASP.NET applications and Windows Azure cloud services...
  • Blog Post: Exploring the Online Templates: Creating a Web API with F# and ASP.NET

    F# 3.0 is included as part of Visual Studio 2012 and comes with a gallery of community contributed online templates for F#. Time to explore! One online template is "F#/C# MVC 4" using ASP.NET Web API . Let's use this template to create a HTTP REST Web API which responds to requests as follows:...
  • 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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