How to Contribute to the F# Compiler/Library Implementation

The F# Open Engineering Group has an excellent new website and a blog post explaining How to Contribute to the F# Language, Compiler and Core Library Implementation, including impressive details on How you can contribute to the F# Language, Compiler and Core Library Why they currently ask you to work with us and send your contributions… Read more

FSharp.Data.SqlClient: Seamlessly integrating T-SQL and F# in the same code [Guest Post]

  This week’s post is a guest article writtten by Dmitry Sevastianov with help from Dmitry Morozov, two members of the F# community, about FSharp.Data.SqlClient, a fascinatingly simple and elegant technique to integrate T-SQL and F# in new ways, using the ever-awesome power of F# type providers. First, be warned – this post is NOT about… Read more

Tomorrow night in Silicon Valley, Carnegie Mellon Campus – Four Companies Talk About F#

 Tomorrow night (Wednesday) in Silicon Valley, the Bay Area F# Meetup has an event What we do with F#: Show and Tell: Let’s see how everyone else is using F#! This evening will be organized as a series of short talks (10 mins and 20 mins), focused on practical, real-life applications of F#. Current Speakers … Read more

First Portland F# Meetup, Sat May 17, 2:00pm – Hands-on intro to machine learning with F#

 A new F# meetup is starting in Portland, OR!  The first session is scheuled for Saturday, May 17, a Hands on Introduction to Machine Learning with F#. Mathias Brandewinder (@brandewinder on Twitter) has graciously agreed to lead a three hour dojo giving a practical, hands-on, experience with F# and functional programming. We will be writing… Read more

April 17, 2014 – at The F# Bay Area Meetup Group – Will Smith – A Journey to Functional Programming

Tonight in San Francisco the F# Bay Area Meetup Group are getting together at ThoughtWorks for:   Porting Quake III to F#: A Journey to Functional Programming with Will Smith   ThoughtWorks 315 Montgomery St 16th Floorat Pine & Montgomery intersection. Entrance located on Montgomery street between the Dress Barn and Knoll stores.San Francisco, CA… Read more

Towards Publish-to-Web Project Support in the Visual F# Tools

As part of our open engineering efforts, we are working with the F# community to enable better Web Project support in the Visual F# Tools, including “publish to web”. If you would like to contribute to this or test early versions it, please see the details at this issue on the Visual F# Tools repository.  You… Read more

Facilitating Open Contributions for the F# Compiler, Library and Visual F# Tools

The Visual F# Team are very happy to announce that, through our participation in Microsoft Open Technologies (MSOpenTech) and in conjunction with the F# community, we are now able to accept contributions to the Visual F# Tools.  Through this, we will also be enabling community contributions to the F# language, compiler, library more generally, including… Read more

At BUILD 2014? Head to Silicon Valley for Coding Dojo: a gentle introduction to Machine Learning with F#

  At BUILD 2014? Take an evening out to join the F# Bay Area Meetup Group in Silicon Valley for their Coding Dojo – A gentle introduction to Machine Learning with F#. Machine Learning is the art of writing programs that get better at performing a task as they gain experience, without being explicitly programmed to do… Read more