F# Community Code Sprint this Saturday in London

The London F# community are holding an F# Community Code Sprint this Saturday in London. Informal and fun!   Why code sprints ? You want to learn about F#, not just by the book, but by getting the expert’s trick as well ? You already know F# and would like to help the community, but…

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Community for F# Online Meetup – "The F# Foundation" with Tomas Petricek and Phil Trelford – Thursday Nov 8 2012

 (Please note the time change!)   Are you interested in F# as an independent, open source and cross-platform language?   Join F# community contributors Phil Trelford and Tomas Petricek as they discuss a new community-led initiative dedicated to F# as an independent, open source language across multiple platforms.       When: Thursday, Nov 8, 2012…

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Updates to the August 2011 F# 2.0 Compiler Code Drop

Over on the F# team blog we’ve announced Updates to the August 2011 F# 2.0 Compiler Code Drop   As announced at the Microsoft Research 20th Anniversary event in Cambridge UK, we have updated the F# 2.0 compiler source code drop to include changes related to the www.tryfsharp.org web application. The code drop is the…


MonoDevelop User Voice: Vote for Full F# Support

The MonoDevelop team have taken a leaf out of the Visual Studio team’s book and started MonoDevelop User Voice. Here you can vote on MonoDevelop features and discuss them. One of the hot ticket items you might like to vote for right now is Full Support for F# from MonoDevelop. This would presumably build on this great…


Soma – Sql Oriented MApping framework for F#

One of the things I haven’t blogged about much is the great collection of F# projects up on CodePlex. The one that caught my eye today is Soma – a “Sql Oriented Mapping Framework”. (Note, Soma is documented in Japanese  – I have seen from Twitter and elsewhere the many F# tweets in Japanese, and its great…