F# for Python Developers, The San Francisco Bay Area F# User Group, Monday March 7

For those in the Bay Area, On next Monday, March 7, Darren Platt will be presenting on F# for Python Developers at the San Francisco Bay Area Users Group. Darren is a world leading expert in bioinformatics. Details: Monday, March 7, 2011, 6:30pm, 835 Market St Ste 700 San Francisco, CA Both Python and F#…


Logistic Regression in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation

Following on from my last post on Support Vector Machines in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation, I’d also like to point to Yin Zhu’s post on Logistic Regression in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation. Enjoy! Don Logistic Regression in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation Logistic regression is a workhorse in data mining. Like decision trees…


The F# Team Are Hiring! Come and be the Senior Program Manager for F#…

The F# Team are Hiring!!! Do you have a love for modern, industry-leading programming technologies? Can you help us take the F# language to the next level? Do you have the vision to combine functional programming with cutting edge technologies for data, cloud, web, finance and technical computing? Do you have a passion for delivering great visual…


Please Submit Content/Feedback on the F# MSDN Docs

The MSDN docs for F# are a primary learning and reference point for much of the language and the F# library. We really do value & read fedback on the MSDN docs, so please do take the time to tell us how the docs can be made. You can submit feedback in a number of…

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F# for Non-Functional Programmers with Jeffry Borror (Part 1)

 The New York City F# Meetup Group is very fortunate to have Jeffry Borror presenting a series “F# for Non-Functional Programmers”. Jeffry recently designed and delivered a 5 day course on F# for Morgan Stanley and the material is drawn from this. The first session is on January 19, the second on January 20. I’ve seen…


F# Math: Microsoft Solver Foundation 3.0 Released

Microsoft Solver Foundation 3.0 is out, and ready for use with F#: We pleased to announce the release of Microsoft Solver Foundation v3.0. The Express edition is available at http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/solverfoundation. The Standard and Academic Editions of Solver Foundation v3.0 will soon be available online via MSDN and MSDNAA subscriber downloads.  Microsoft Solver Foundation provides a…

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Professional F# 2.0, from Wrox

The long awaited Professional F# 2.0 is now available from Wrox! I got my copy from Talbott at PDC10, and have been greatly enjoying working my way through it, and I like everything I’ve seen. The book covers everything you need to know to get started with writing professional software components with F#, especially in enterprise…


Getting started with F# using an online book

Some of the recent announcements around F# have greatly expanded the number of people looking to dig into the language. One great resource for getting started with F# online is the online book called The F# Survival Guide, from CTO Corner. To quote Mark Pearl: I highly recommend those wanting to get into the basics…


Announcing the F# Compiler + Library Source Code Drop

Right in time for the first F# in Education Workshop in Boston, I’m very glad to announce that the long-awaited source code drop for an F# 2.0 compiler and core library are now available, as part of the F# PowerPack.     This release reinforces the commitment Microsoft are making to F#, including F# in Visual…

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Announcing the 1st F# in Education Workshop, Cambridge MA, 5 Nov 2010

Website: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/events/fsharpined   First F# in Education Workshop F# in Education is a one-day workshop for educators and industrialists, to be held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., on November 5, 2010. The workshop welcomes participation from all academics interested in F# as a possible teaching language, as well as from those in industry wanting to know…

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