Monday, January 04, 2010

A Feed You Should Read #18 - F# Discoveries This Week

F# is a programming language that will be included in VS2010 and may result in a few brain explosions. It’s a different way of coding for many of us, one that while could result in effectively solving problems that we consider almost impossible to solve in our current languages, but as with all new “shifts” there’s a good bit of a learning curve.

Today’s Feed is one that should give you the resources to help working up that curve…

Rick Minerich's Development Wonderland - F# Discoveries This Week

Rick Minerich's Development Wonderland


It’s been said by many this it is important that developers break out of their programming language comfort zones and learn new languages on a regular basis. That learning new languages not only broadens your exposure and keeps your brain cells fresh but also makes you a better developer in the languages you already know.

I’ll buy that…

Now to put that in practice is the hard part.

Why do I like this feed and think you might also?

When trying to get up to speed on a new tech or language getting the zen of it can be hard. Rick’s F# Discoveries This Week series provides links/summary curation of F# related news (funny that given the title), which is a great way of getting a feel for the community.

At first you don’t know what you don’t know.  That’s where a blog of this kind if perfect. It casts an wide net which will help you catch tidbits you might have missed otherwise…

If you’re interested in the F# thing you’ve heard about recently, or are a F# Zen Master, this blog will very likely contain content you’ll find useful and will become one that you look forward to every week.

Snap of the latest post:


Blog Information:

Name: Rick Minerich's Development Wonderland - F# Discoveries This Week series
Feed: Full, series
Post Types: F# link curation and F# dev/code posts

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