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Announcing Nightly Releases for the Visual F# Tools

Announcing Nightly Releases for the Visual F# Tools In our previous blog post announcing F# 4.1 and a release of the Visual F# Tools, we mentioned that a new release model for the Visual F# tools would be coming soon. That time is now. To recap, nightly builds of the tools are successful builds of the latest master branch of the tools, after ...
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Announcing F# 4.1 and the Visual F# Tools for Visual Studio 2017

Announcing F# 4.1 and the Visual F# Tools for Visual Studio 2017 Last year, we announced F# 4.1 via a Peek in F# 4.1. As a recap, we mentioned: We're tremendously excited to share updates in those areas. .NET Core and .NET Standard Support for F# 4.1 Corresponding with the release of Visual Studio 2017 is preview support ...
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Project Springfield: a Cloud Service Built Entirely in F#

This post was written by William Blum, a Principal Software Engineering Manager on the Springfield team at Microsoft Research. Earlier this year, Microsoft announced a preview of Project Springfield, one of the most sophisticated tools Microsoft has for rooting out potential security vulnerabilities in software. Project Springfield is a ...
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A Peek into F# 4.1

Later this year, we're going to ship a new version of Microsoft's tools for F#. This will include support for F# 4.1, featuring important incremental improvements to the language that have been developed in conjunction with F# users and contributors. Our tools will also include a cross-platform, open-source F# 4.1 compiler toolchain for .NET ...
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fsharpConf 2016

Join us this Friday, March 4th on Channel 9 for the first ever fsharpConf! Tune in starting at 8:30am PST (16:30 GMT). Inspired by dotNetConf, fsharpConf is a free, online-only, day-long conference featuring an awesome lineup of talks from the F# community. Check out the fsharpConf site for more details, and follow @fsharpConf on Twitter. See...
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[Guest Post] Announcing F# Support in Visual Studio Code with Ionide

This is a guest post by Krzysztof Cieślak, an F# community developer and contributor to the Ionide project including its Visual Studio Code extension. To learn more about F# and engage with the community, head to fsharp.org. To learn more about the Ionide project, head to ionide.io.Ionide is a suite of packages for the Atom editor that ...
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[Guest post] Visual F# Power Tools: community-led tooling for F# in Visual Studio

This is a guest post by Anh-Dung Phan and Vasily Kirichenko, F# community developers and contributors to the superb Visual F# Power Tools extension for Visual Studio.  – Visual F# Team We are pleased to tell you about the Visual F# Power Tools, a Visual Studio extension aimed at providing extended tooling for F# in Visual Studio. You can...
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Announcing the RTM of Visual F# 4.0

We are pleased to announce that Visual Studio 2015, and along with it Visual F# 4.0, hit RTM today! Visit the downloads page to install the release build. The F# components in VS 2015 map to commit dd8252eb8d20 in our repo. For an overview of the new language, runtime, and IDE features in Visual F# 4.0, take a look at our earlier blog posts...
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Rounding out Visual F# 4.0 in VS 2015 RC

Today marks the release of Visual Studio 2015 RC, which includes the latest updates to the Visual F# 4.0 language and tools.  Download the RC here, and review the VS release notes here. Back in November, we described the F# 4.0 features that were completed in time for the Visual Studio 2015 Preview build. New features like constructors ...
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