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TWC9: Bug Bounty, Fast and Easy Containers, Edge Summit, We Still Love MS Paint and more…

3 months ago
This week on Channel 9, guest hosts Christina Warren and Beth Pan discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [00:21] Beth Pan [00:30] Christina Warren [00:38] Microsoft Bounty Programs [01:11] Fast and Easy Containers: Azure Container Instances [Corey Sanders] [01:48] Register now for Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017 [Kyle Pflug] [02:15] New Extensions for Visual […]

Episode 158: Functional Programming & F# with Lena Hall

4 months ago
We talk with Lena Hall about functional programming and F#. Which is faster, the mouse or keyboard? Walmart tells vendors to get off Amazon’s cloud. And using AI to play Ms. Pac Man.

Alfonso García-Caro – Fable

6 months ago
This week, we speak with Alfonso García-Caro about Fable, the fabulous F# to JavaScript compiler. Fable website: fable.io/ Fable REPL: fable.io/repl.html Awesome Fable, a list of Fable resources: github.com/kunjee17/awesome-fable FableConf, Bordeaux Sept 22: First ever Fable conference! www.eventbrite.es/e/fableconf-bordeaux-tickets-34089709238 The Gamma Project: Disruptive project made with Fable for data-driven storytelling on the web thegamma.net/ Ionide: VS Code and Atom extension for F# made […]

F# Tutorial

6 months ago
Get the Code Here : goo.gl/frsmGF Best F# Book : amzn.to/2ote5eD Support my videos on Patreon : www.patreon.com/derekbanas In this video I will cover the core syntax of the F# language in one video. This is basically a 300 page book on F# in one video. Here are time stamps to all the main parts, […]

A tour of F# with Phillip Carter

8 months ago
Phillip Carter takes us on a tour of F#, following the plan of the Tour of F# doc topic. docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/articles/fsharp/tour

Reed Copsey, Jr. – F# Software Foundation

10 months ago
This is a short interview with Reed Copsey, Jr., executive director of the F# Software Foundation. Reed speaks about the Foundation’s mentoring program, and speaker program. The F# Software Foundation: fsharp.org/

ASP.NET Monsters #85: Suave Web Services

10 months ago
We love ASP.NET but we also love web stuff in general. In today’s episode we take a quick look at building a simple service using Suave the F# web framework.    References: Suave Web Services suave.io Chiron
Phillip Carter – F#

Phillip Carter – F#

1 year ago
This week we speak with Phillip Carter, who is the program manager for F#.
Frank A. Krueger – Continuous – C# and F# IDE for the iPad

Frank A. Krueger – Continuous – C# and F# IDE for the iPad

1 year ago
Today we speak with Frank A. Krueger. Frank is the author of Continuous, a C# and F# IDE that runs on iOS. Continuous: praeclarum.org/post/147003028753/continuous-c-and-f-ide-for-the-ipad .NET Framework 4.6.2 announcement: blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2016/08/02/announcing-net-framework-4-6-2/
Full-stack F# web applications: why you should care by Adam Granicz

Full-stack F# web applications: why you should care by Adam Granicz

1 year ago
Abstract Building web applications in a single language has a number of advantages, but it also poses some challenges. In this talk, I will discuss how F# makes a great choice for full-stack web developers and introduce WebSharper, a .NET web ecosystem for writing robust, reactive, full-stack F# web applications. Speaker Adam Granicz is a […]
Episode 439: Adam Granicz on WebSharper

Episode 439: Adam Granicz on WebSharper

1 year ago
Adam Granicz discusses WebSharper – a tool that allows you to write F# code to create web applications – generating both client-side and server-side code. websharper.com/  
F# Type Providers: DBpedia and the Combinator Framework

F# Type Providers: DBpedia and the Combinator Framework

1 year ago
Wikipedia has become a knowledge repository for virtually every topic in existence, but its pages are intended to be read by humans, not computers. The DBpedia organisation has extracted much of this knowledge into an RDF-based entity graph format, and we introduce and demonstrate a type provider that brings this knowledge into the F# language […]