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Parallel and Asynchronous Programming with F#

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Uploaded on Aug 3, 2010

Don Syme of Microsoft Research, Cambridge, looks at programming with F# in this video from the University of Washington. F# is a succinct and expressive typed functional programming language in the context of a modern, applied software development environment (.NET), and Microsoft will be supporting F# as a first class language in Visual Studio 2010. Syme offers an overview of F#, as well as some general coding, and takes a deeper look at each of these contributions and why they matter.

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