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  • Blog Post: An open engineering birthday for Visual F#

      One year ago today , we pushed the button to enable community contributions and fully open engineering for Visual F# . The F# language has been open source for years, centered around the F# Open Edition and fsharp.org , but this marked the first time that Microsoft’s Visual F# tools could accept...
  • Blog Post: Visual F# has moved to GitHub

    It’s official, the Visual F# project has moved from Codeplex to GitHub! Our new home is https://github.com/Microsoft/visualfsharp . This brings us closer to the longtime home of the F# Open Edition , addresses one of our top bugs , and puts us on the same hosting platform as other great Microsoft open...
  • Blog Post: Toward a Visual F# 4.0 release

    To the Visual F# Tools development community – Over the past months, we have made an impressive amount of progress together on F# 4.0 and the next version of the Visual F# Tools.  There is still plenty of work remaining here. With the goal of shipping a high-quality, enterprise-grade F# language...
  • Blog Post: Facilitating Open Contributions for the F# Compiler, Library and Visual F# Tools

    The Visual F# Team are very happy to announce that, through our participation in Microsoft Open Technologies (MSOpenTech) and in conjunction with the F# community , we are now able to accept contributions to the Visual F# Tools. Through this, we will also be enabling community contributions to the...
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