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Foundations of F#

Pickering, Robert

2007, 360 p.

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  • The first book on F#, by a world-recognized authority on the language
  • Comprehensive and detailed, yet clear and concise
  • Important reading for all .NET professionals
  • Suitable for readers at any level of experience

Functional programming (FP) is the future of .NET programming and F# is much, much more than just an FP language. Every professional .NET programmer needs to learn about FP, and there’s no better way to do it than by learning F# — and no easier way to learn F# than from this book. Those already familiar with FP will find F# the language they’ve always dreamed of. All .NET programmers will find F# an exciting real-world alternative to C# and Visual Basic.

This is the first book to bring F# to the world. It is likely to have many imitators but few competitors. Written by F# evangelist, Rob Pickering, and tech reviewed by F#’s inventor, Don Syme, it is an elegant, comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the language and an incisive guide to using F# for real-world professional development. F# is the future of programming (not just on .NET), and the future is now.

Content Level » Popular/general

Keywords » .NET - C# - F# - Objective CAML - Visual Basic - databases - design - development - functional programming - interfaces - language - object-oriented programming (OOP) - programming - user interface

Related subjects » Software Engineering

Table of contents 

  1. Introduction
  2. How to Obtain, Install, and Use F#
  3. Functional Programming
  4. Imperative Programming
  5. Object-Oriented Programming
  6. Organizing, Annotating, and Quoting Code
  7. F# Libraries
  8. User Interfaces
  9. Data Access
  10. Distributed Applications
  11. Language-Oriented Programming
  12. The F# Tool Suite and .NET Programming Tools
  13. Compatibility and Advanced Interoperation

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