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Microsoft Unveils a New F# Learning Site

Microsoft has released a new version of its Web site to get developers up to speed on its F# programming language.

To put it in highly technical terms, F# is used for big stuff: huge number crunching, statistics, cloud computing-type scenarios, etc. Here's how Microsoft described the new site in a press release:

"Try F# provides the tutorials, resources and tools needed to begin working with F# right away. This version allows easy learning of the fundamentals of F# through new domain-specific tutorials, and now includes F# 3.0 type providers for information-rich programming and the important abilities to write and share your own F# code in the browser."

F# can be daunting, but it could save you a lot of time for the right project. It's worth checking out, as are these F# articles from our site.

Visual Studio Magazine F# Resources:

Posted by Keith Ward on 01/22/2013 at 1:15 PM

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Sun, Mar 10, 2013 Boris

Excuse me, F# team. F# support in VS2012 isn't so bad. It's not enough. And it's not a first class citizensip (and a little hope).

Sun, Mar 10, 2013 Boris Russia

You know, all that links are outdated (some years ago). It looks like Your magazine (and Microsoft on the whole) is afraid of F# infection - no columns, no articles. Trying to query "F sharp" You'll have one more nice article on inevitable C++. F sharp support in Visual Studio was made by the undergraduate student. Just "Back in USSR".

Thu, Jan 24, 2013 DT

How about a link to the tutorial site?

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