Expert F# 3.0

Expert F# 3.0 is now out!  

The book is a comprehensive guide to F#, with the first chapters taking you through functional, imperative and object programming, and later chapters featuring many applied topics in F# programming.

The book has been substantially revised and now features additional material on

  • programming with text
  • programming with numbers (numeric programming)
  • F# 3.0 queries 
  • using F# 3.0 type providers to access data
  • programming web applications
  • programming mobile applications 


Don, Adam Antonio

Comments (6)
  1. nicolas says:

    Congratulations to all of you for this new ressource

  2. Carsten says:

    great! … but why isn't there a hardcover like the first one used to be?

  3. Dmitry says:

    Will there be some kind of possibility to get a free e-book version for the owners of Expert F# 2.0 e-book?

  4. Jim F says:

    The text of the book makes multiple references to an appendix "F# Brief Language Guide", but my copy does not contain it.

  5. jackfoxy says:

    Working through the book now. Well-organized, informative, very useful!

    I would like to point out on page 180 the text refers to "the F# library module Microsoft.FSharp.Collections.LazyList". While it is true LazyList is in this namespace, it is in the PowerPack.dll and is not part of FSharp.Core. Would be nice if it did find its way into Core, as being in the namespace but not in Core is confusing.

  6. honu says:

    Note (12/22/2011): in NuGet 1.6 or later, this feature is built in, so you no longer need to use the NuGetPowerTools.

    Just right click on the Solution and choose 'Enable NuGet Package Restore'.

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