It’s been some time since I blogged regularly. Here’s why
- I got a Twitter account, and use it all the time for technical communication
- The Visual F# Tools Blog and then the .NET blog are major ways of communication about F# work at Microsoft
- Just about everything in .NET and Visual F# Tools work at Microsoft went open source, making various GitHub repositories a major means of communication for me
- The F# Software Foundation has a “Core Engineering” site which I also contribute to
- The F# language suggestions and our official RFC process are now all online with input from a large number of contributors
That said, it’s good to be back with at least this quick update.