Category Archives: F#

Beginning F#: Records

An introductory look at record types, a useful F# language feature.

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Looking back at 2011

A quick look back at some of the stuff I’ve been doing this year.

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Kinect SDK with F#

My first quick look at using the Kinect SDK with F#.

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F# Async: Plays well with others?

Async is a powerful way of getting parallelism in your F# code, just be careful what you call within your Async workflows.

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Mixing it up: when F# meets C#

How does it look when F# meets C#?

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Not dead, just busy

Where’ve I been…?

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Beginning F#: Positive Discrimination

Discriminated unions for the rest of us.

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Quick post: Using Mono.Cecil and F# to get assembly dependencies

Using Mono.Cecil and F# to list assembly dependencies.

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Public static fields gone from F# 2.0

You can no longer create public static fields in F# 2.0. Why was the change made and what impact does it have on WPF development?

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Minilight renderer in F#

Porting the Minilight global illumination renderer to F#.

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