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    F# Team is Hiring

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    Do you want to help us ship F#? Check out these job postings: Developer: http://members.microsoft.com/careers/search/details.aspx?JobID=5DF7A6AB-80C5-41CB-9A8D-5B344C33AE1D&start=1&interval=10&SortCol=DatePosted Tester: http://members.microsoft...
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    The Least a C# Programmer Needs to Know about F# Part II--Modules

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    Jomo Fisher--Many languages, especially those in the OO vein, require an outermost class to put code in. Usually, good practice requires an enclosing namespace as well. F# allows functions and even function calls in the outermost scope. Here is the minimal...
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    WideFinder--Naive F# Implementation

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    Jomo Fisher--Here's an interesting problem that some people are having fun with. Don Box posted a naive implementation in C# so I thought I'd post the equivalent in F#: #light open System.Text.RegularExpressions open System.IO open System...
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    The Least a C# Programmer Needs to Know about F# Part I--Implicit Types

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    Jomo Fisher--A few weeks ago, a fellow C# programmer asked me what the biggest differences between programming in C# and programming in F# are. Since then, I've been building a list of differences. My plan was to write a single article that discussed...
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    Soma on F#

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    Soma announced some exciting news this morning. Developer Division--the people at Microsoft who make Visual Studio--is partnering with Microsoft Research on F#. We're going to fully integrate F# into Visual Studio: “This is one of the best things that...
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    Adventures in F#--Sweet Test-First Kung Fu

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    Jomo Fisher--Up until now, I've been avoiding using F# with the VS IDE. I've been using notepad.exe and fsc.exe because I wanted to build my own expectation for what the experience should be before I experienced what it actually was. I can tell you that...
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