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On F# code readability
F# can be readable, but you need to spell things out well and don't split up files too small. Also, the fact that the files must be compiled in a certain known order turns out to be USEFUL for understanding because it gives a "starting point" for reading the code.
via:reddit  F#  languagedesign  programming 
march 2013 by mcherm
Brandon Werner » Blog Archive » The Rise Of Functional Programming: F#/Scala/Haskell and the failing of Lisp
Interesting article on how functional programming may be on the rise again, and why that's probably good.
scala  programming  lisp  haskell  functional  F# 
january 2008 by mcherm
Brandon Werner » Blog Archive » The Rise Of Functional Programming: F#/Scala/Haskell and the failing of Lisp
Discussion of how functional languages are suddenly resurgent and whether the old lisp community had anything to do with it (no, they didn't).
programming  lisp  scala  languages  functional  F# 
january 2008 by mcherm
A version of ML for DotNet
F# is a version of ML (a variant of OCamel) for the .NET platform.
languages  functional  F# 
september 2006 by mcherm

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