The indefatigable Sir Eel has published a series on the The Windows Azure Training Kit in F#. Part 1 covers building and publishing Window Azure web sites which contain F# code.
Here begins a series of posts showing how I used F# to write some of the Hands-On Labs in the Windows Azure Training Kit (WATK). WATK is a good way to learn the basics of Windows Azure development, but all the labs and samples are in C#. I want to show what it takes to write the HOLs in F# instead.
Further information on the F# Community can be found at fsharp.org