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

Microsoft’s "F# in Finance" in London – Initial Report

On Monday Microsoft hosted the first “F# in Finance” at Microsoft’s corporate offices in London, co-organized by Fountainhead Consulting.   The next “F# in Finance” event will be in New York City on 11 December, you can register now!   The London event was the first event of its kind and attendess including leading quantitative finance experts… Read more

F# in Finance in London – Three Days and Counting!

  Three days until F# in Finance in London on Monday, 25th November.  Brought to you by Microsoft and Fountainhead Labs.   F# in Finance (registration) Date: Monday 25th November 2013, 8:00am to 6:15pm. Venue: Microsoft, Cardinal Place 80-100 Victoria St, London, SW1E 5JL. Twitter: @FountainheadLab, #FSharpInFinance If you are interested in functional programming as it applies to finance (and… Read more

Using F# and Entity Framework with an Azure Database (Windows Azure Training in F#, Part Three)

The indefatigable Sir Eel has published a series on the The Windows Azure Training Kit in F#. Part 3 covers Using Entity Framework with an Azure Database. Part 1 – WATK in F#, Part 1: Building and Publishing Windows Azure Web Sites Part 2 – WATK in F#, Part 2: Deploying an Azure Web Site with… Read more

Building and Publishing Web Sites containing F# Code (Windows Azure Training in F#, Part One)

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. Part 1 – WATK in F#, Part 1: Building and Publishing Windows Azure Web Sites Here begins a series of posts showing how I used… Read more

Pushing F# Websites to Azure with Git (Windows Azure Training in F#, Part Two)

You can now push F#-implemented websites directly to Windows Azure from Git and GitHub! The indefatigable Sir Eel has published a series for the Windows Azure Training Kit in F# and the corresponding “Hands On Labs” (aka “Do-it-yourself training in the comfort, privacy and safety of your own home” :-)). Part 2 covers pushing F#-implemented websites… Read more

An Update to the F# Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample

[ The CRM type provider sample is available as the FSharpx.TypeProviders.Xrm NuGet package, pat of the FSharpx community library. The namespace has changed from “Samples” to “FSharpx” The updates below are in the process of being transferred into FSharpx package ] Part 1 – The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider SamplePart 2 – The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider… Read more

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample: Static Parameters

[ Update: the CRM type provider is now available as the FSharpx.TypeProviders.Xrm NuGet package, part of the FSharpx library. The namespace has changed from “Samples” to “FSharpx” ] Part 1 – The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider SamplePart 2 – The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample – Static ParametersPart 3 – The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider… Read more

The F# 3.0 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample – Strongly-typed enterprise-scale customer data made simple

[ Update: the CRM type provider is now available as the FSharpx.TypeProviders.Xrm NuGet package. The namespace has changed from “Samples” to “FSharpx”. Further information on the F# Community can be found at fsharp.org  ]  Part 1 – The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider SamplePart 2 – The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Type Provider Sample – Static ParametersPart 3 – The Microsoft… Read more

Learn How to Create an Internet Game Using F#, C#, and ASP.NET

We have just released a new MSDN sample and tutorial that shows how to use F# and C# in a Windows Azure cloud service. If you are interested in cloud programming with F# or any other language, we encourage you try out the sample! The sample is a crossword game called WordGrid, which is reminiscent of Scrabble,… Read more