Come and work with us!

The F# team continue to have a small number of positions open for compiler and language tools experts. Positions can be based in Cambridge, UK or Redmond. If you’re interested in helping to bring a typed functional programming language into Visual Studio and think you have skills relevant to the achieving this, then please contact me or another…

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Expert F# now available, really!

The book Expert F# is now available from book sellers! It’s been shipping for a while, but there were some early reports of delivery delays so I delayed in announcing it.   As regular readers will know, the book is by myself, Adam Granicz and Antonio Cisternino. It offers a single resource to learning the 1.9.3 release of…

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Learning WPF through F#, and vice versa, by John Liao

John Liao has an interesting series of F# programming posts, with lots of samples. Many of the WPF topics are taken from Petzold’s book Applications = Code + Markup: A Guide to the Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation. Interactive exploration of .NET XML programing with F# Learning WPF with F# Learning WPF – Working with Brush…

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The FParsec library by Stephan Tolksdorf

Stephan Tolksdorf has been a regular F# user of late and has provided us with much excellent feedback, including bug reports and design suggestions. Stephan has just announced version 0.4 of FParsec, an F# adaptation of Parsec, the popular parser combinator library for Haskell by Microsoft Research’s very own Daan Leijen. Stephan describes it in…

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Using Digipede from F#

Dan Ciruli is director of products over at Digipede. He’s recently been experimenting with F# programming and the Digipede Network and has posted a code sample showing how to distribute F# calculations across a grid using the Digipede Framework SDK. The code is easy to follow, and he’s looking for comments on the approach he…

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