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Don Syme's WebLog on F# and Related Topics

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1 RSDE positions at Microsoft Research, Cambridge Administrator
2 Latest Developments in General Purpose GPU Programming with F# Administrator
3 F# on Android - Experience Report Administrator
4 PhD/Masters-level Internship Positions at Microsoft Research, Cambridge Administrator
5 Slides for "Succeeding with Functional-First Programming in Finance" Administrator
6 Applications for Researcher and Postdoc positions at Microsoft Research Administrator
7 Slides for "Making Magic with F# Type Providers" at NDC London Administrator
8 Putting the F# in Finance with Xenomorph TimeScape: A World of Financial Data at your Fingertips, Strongly Tooled and Strongly Typed Administrator
9 How to contribute to the F# support in Xamarin Studio, Emacs and more Administrator
10 F# in Finance - London - 25 Nov 2013 Administrator
11 F# in Finance - London - 25 Nov 2011 Administrator
12 F# Type Provider for MATLAB - Feedback requested, contributions welcome Administrator
13 F# Deep Dives - Chapter 4 - Financial Programming Administrator
14 F# Deep Dives - Early Access Program Administrator
15 Tonight at F#unctional Londoners: More Machine Learning Hands-on with F# Administrator
16 F#/C# jobs in Machine Learning + Data Tools, Microsoft Research, Redmond Administrator
17 FSCL - Compiling F# to OpenCL for High-Performance over Multi-core and Many-core devices Administrator
18 FunScript - F# to Javascript leveraging TypeScript metadata Administrator
19 F#/C# positions in Brighton Administrator
20 Senior F# Job in User Interface/Finance in London Administrator
 
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