F# for Scientists announced by Jon Harrop

I’m very excited to see that Jon Harrop has announced his intention to produce F# for Scientists. Jon is a PhD in Computational Chemistry from the University of Cambridge, and also the author of the absolutely must-have book Ocaml for Scientists.  One review of this fantastic book said: What do you take with you when police are banging…

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F# on TIOBE (including a correction)

My good friend Ralf has pointed me at a brief mention of F# on the monthly TIOBE index, a programming language popularity measure based on a simple count of hits returned by a web search. It seems F# has begun registering a few more hits of late. There are a couple of corrections to make…

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Apress announces "Foundations of F#", by Robert Pickering, for March 2007

I’m very excited to see that James Huddleston from Apress has announced the upcoming publication of Foundations of F#, by Robert Pickering.  Here’s the Apress announcement. The book will be out in March 2007. The description on Amazon (where you can pre-order) promises that this will be “an elegant, comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the language…

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