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  • Blog Post: Our top 10 blogs of 2013

    I love my job, as I have the privilege of highlighting Microsoft Research Connections’ collaborations with some of the brightest minds at universities and research institutions around the world. And with so many inspiring projects, it’s difficult to pick my favorites—which is why I’m...
  • Blog Post: Try F#—Data Console to Big and Broad Data

    Today, we are excited to announce the latest release of Try F# , a set of resources that makes it easy to learn and program with F# in your browser. It’s available over a wide range of platforms and doesn’t require a download of Microsoft Visual Studio. Try F# quickly reveals the value of...
  • Blog Post: Our Top 10 Blogs of 2012

    Once again, you’ve voted with your clicks and we’ve tallied the results. So…drumroll, please…here are the top 10 Microsoft Research Connections blogs of 2012. Number 10: Try Try F# Who can resist such a redundantly titled post—especially when it offers information...
  • Blog Post: Try Try F#

    We’re happy to announce that the beta release of the new Try F# has arrived! We’re proud of this new release, and with good reason: Try F# makes programming in F# 3.0 easy to learn, simple to use, and straightforward to share—all through the browser. F# 3.0 is ideal for analytical...
  • Blog Post: Tools for Researchers Amp Up the Power of Visual Studio

    As a researcher, I know the value of having the right tools for the job. The right tool makes working easier and more efficient—well, that’s the definition of a tool, isn’t it? So if you’re like me, always looking for programming tools that help bring your research to life, you’ll...
  • Blog Post: Computer Science Research Tools Excite Faculty at SIGCSE

    From March 9-12, a group of Microsoft researchers had their wares on display at SIGCSE 2011 , this year's annual convention of the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education ( ACM SIGCSE ). Held in Dallas, SIGCSE 2011 attracted some 1,200 participants from...
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