F# for C# Developers

F# for C# Developers
Published:June 15, 2013Language:English
Author:Tao LiuTechnology:Microsoft Visual Studio 2012
Length:640 PagesISBN 13:9780735670266

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About The BookUse F# and C# together to solve complex problems with simpler code

Extend your C# skills to F#—and build imperative, object-oriented, and functional programming solutions with simpler code and fewer bugs. Focusing on F# 3.0 in Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, you’ll learn how to exploit F# features for both computationally-complex problems and everyday programming tasks. Apply what you know about C# to:
  • Master core F# concepts and data structures
  • Perform your first object-oriented implementations in F#
  • Use unique F# features, such as type providers, to simplify work
  • Write your own type provider
  • Examine real-world HTML5, Windows Azure, and service apps
  • See F# design patterns in action
  • Create an F# portable library for Windows Store apps
  • Extend F#’s computational power to high-performance GPU computing
  • About Tao LiuTao Liu is a Software Design Engineer in Test (SDET) on the Microsoft F# team. A leader in the F# user community and owner of the Seattle, Washington F# user group, Liu gives video talks on F# design pattern for Microsoft Channel 9 and he’s the main contributor to the F# 3.0 sample package on Codeplex.
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