Professional F# 1.0

Professional F# 1.0
Authors
Ted Neward, Aaron Erickson, Talbott Crowell, Rick Minerich
ISBN
047052801X
Published
30 Jun 2010
Purchase online
amazon.com

In-depth coverage of Microsoft's new programming language-F# 2010F# is a new programming language from Microsoft, a fusion of object-oriented and functional approaches, which offers a number of new features and approaches to making software easier to write. Supported for the first time with Visual Studio 2010, F# is particularly ideal for software that needs to take full advantage of multicore processors, and this comprehensive book covers all aspects of this functional language.

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In-depth coverage of Microsoft's new programming language-F# 2010

F# is a new programming language from Microsoft, a fusion of object-oriented and functional approaches, which offers a number of new features and approaches to making software easier to write. Supported for the first time with Visual Studio 2010, F# is particularly ideal for software that needs to take full advantage of multicore processors, and this comprehensive book covers all aspects of this functional language.

Assuming familiarity with C#, VB, C++, or Java, the authors cover such topics as binding values and control flow, simple and complex types, pattern matching, complex functions, and imperative and object programming in F#. You'll see how F# interacts with the .NET CLR and C#, and you'll review F# and .NET data access through LINQ, ADO.NET, and the Entity Framework.

  • F# is a new programming language from Microsoft, and offers an original approach to making software easier to write
  • Addresses binding values and control flow, simple and complex types, pattern matching, and complex functions
  • Examines imperative and object programming in F#, packaging, and functional design concepts and patterns
  • Discusses F# and the .NET CLR, F# and C# interaction, and F# and .NET data access
  • Reviews communication with System.xml and WCF

Professional F# 2010 is essential reading if you are writing new code for complex or multi-processor applications.

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