For those attending BUILD 2014 in San Francisco, the F# Bay Area Group will be hosting drinks at the Thirsty Bear Brewery at 6:00pm on Thursday, April 3, 2014. Come along and discsus how F# works as a community,
The blog of the F# team at Microsoft
If you are in the Seattle area, come by the Microsoft campus February 13 at 7pm for a talk on creating F# iOS apps using Xamarin Studio on Mac. Details on the group’s meetup page, here: https://www.meetup.com/FSharpSeattle/events/159071122/.
The F# community and the Visual F# team have been working together to bring new community-authored templates for Visual F# into the Visual Studio Gallery.
One step in this has been to create a central GitHub repository for F# community templates,
When designing software, we often need to solve numerous instances of the same problem. When designing user interfaces, we need to describe the layout and interaction. For financial systems,
This blog has now moved to the .NET Blog here: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/
You can find F# blog posts with the F# tag as such: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/tag/visual-f/
See you there!
Mads and Dustin showed off these stylish little numbers at BUILD and ever since we’ve been getting pinged by community members wanting to know where they can get their very own so they too can show their passion for their favorite programming language(s).
To the Visual F# Tools development community –
Over the past months, we have made an impressive amount of progress together on F# 4.0 and the next version of the Visual F# Tools. There is still plenty of work remaining here.
Today, we are happy to announce a pre-release of F# 4.0 and the latest Visual F# Tools, for Visual Studio 2015 Preview. F# development tools are included in the box with the VS 2015 Preview download, but these bits were branched for stabilization some time ago,