The VP of our Developer Division, S. Somasegar, has written a great blog entry on the new programming language technologies in Visual Studio 11. There is a great section on F# which really highlights the innovations that we continue to bring to the product.
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The Visual Studio F# team is excited to announce a preview release of F# 3.0 as part of the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview, announced on Tuesday at the //build/ conference. This preview is available now for all MSDN subscribers.
The general release will be Friday at 10am PDT.
The F# team is very excited to pass on the news that Tomas Petricek’s Real-World F# Programming Articles are now available on MSDN!
Congratulations to Tomas, Keith, Yin and Gordon who have worked so hard on this. Here’s the chapter outline:
Chapter I: Introducing Functional Programming
This chapter explains the basic concepts behind functional programming such as immutability,
Several people have asked for more information on how tail calls behave in F#. This blog post will answer many frequently asked questions about tail calls, including why tail calls are important, how to identify them, and how the compiler generates code for them.
The F# team has a full-time position available for a Software Development Engineer in Test. Here is the link.
Please email email@example.com if you are interested. You must also fill in the online forms to apply
Standard job title: Software Development Engineer in Test 2
Job posting title: SDET II
Location: United States,
[ Update: the latest version of the FSharp.Charting can now be found here. See the new documentation. Further information on the F# Community can be found at fsharp.org ]
Hi, I’m Keith Battocchi, and I’m working on making it easier to use F# for data-rich programming.
Welcome to the very first post to the F# team blog on MSDN!
As the world knows, the F# team loves blogging, even since Jan 2005, when F# was an MSR project. We’ve been discussing for a while now the idea of having an F# team blog. Since we all have our individual blogs,