This week on Channel 9, Brian and Jeff Burtoft discuss the week's top developer news, including; [1:02] Visual Studio Launch Event (If you missed it) [2:42] Windows Store now open to all developers in 120 markets (Ted Dworkin) [3:52] Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop is Here (Jennifer…
Chris Smith had a talk at the CodeMash conference in January 2010 titled “Being an Evil Genius with F# and .NET”. Chris created a post about his talk and doing
Computer Vision, Speech Recognition, and shooting missiles at people all with F#!
Here is a bit of his speech recognition code using…
In this video, programming writer, Gordon Hogenson, continues the discussion of patterns by talking about active patterns, which you can use to customize and extend F#’s pattern matching capabilities. Active patterns are an amazingly flexible language feature,
and in this video we just scratch…
Teaching programming language concepts with F#, part 2 By Peter Sestoft, Professor IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark.In this second part, Peter finishes the first "demo" lecture of the F#-based programming language course (started in part 1, found here:…
In this video, programming writer, Gordon Hogenson explains and gives examples of lists in F#.
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The conversation Mike Hall recently had with Don Syme, a researcher at MSR Cambridge who focuses on language development and is the key author of
F#, continues. (See Part 1 here)And there's a lot of code in this one. Put your study caps on.Check out Don's blog!
I was lucky enough to catch up with Don Syme at TechED Developer 2007. I'm a big fan of F# and it's great to see that a product team is being formed to bring this powerful functional language into the official
.NET family. Joining in this conversation are F# master
Robert Pickering and a special…
This video demonstrates some of the tasks described in Walkthrough: Creating Your First F# Program with Visual Studio.
I show you how to declare simple variables, write and test functions, and create tuples and lists.
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