The Progressive F# Tutorials are returning to New York City on September 18-19th! The Progressive F# Tutorials bring together the leading experts in F# to deliver a range of talks, 4 hour intensive hands-on tutorials and discussions, allowing attendees to truly deep dive and develop hands-on experience.
The topic of integrating F# and Microsoft Excel arises frequently, particularly in financial, insurance, statistical and data science work. There are several approaches to this, and in a recent discussion about F# in Finance, the topic of Excel DNA came up.
Join the F# Seattle User Group meetup next Wednesday for a talk about functional-style control flow in F#:
Many developers come to F# from the imperative world of C#, where they are accustomed to various loop types, if/else blocks, switches, breaks,
One of the great new features in Visual Studio 2013 is the ability to view function return values in the debugger. This works not just for C# and VB, but for F#, as well. We didn’t include this in our list of new Visual F# tools features for F# 3.1,