Do you want programming languages which scale to integrate internet-scale information sources like data markets, entity graphs, the Google Knowledge Graph and the information spaces of the modern enterprise?
F# supports automatic generalization and automatic types inference. F# allows us to define a function without specifying the exact type of each one of the arguments neither the type of the returned value. The exact type will be determined during the compilation.
Luke Hoban, the Program Manager for Microsoft’s F# Team, presents functional languages.
In this second episode on NDJango view engine, we are gonig to continue converting the sample application we started last time. However, this time we are going to focus on creating forms, re-displaying data, and finally, creating our own NDjango tags without touching F# http://www.dimecasts.net/Content/WatchEpisode/136
I haven’t yet seen any good F# webcast focusing mainly on showing F# source code, starting from simple functional concepts to the real-world features like asynchronous workflows and object-oriented programming in F#, so I decided to create one. http://tomasp.net/articles/fsharp-webcast-functional.aspx F# web site