Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Book review: F# for Scientists

James Litsios has kindly published the eighth review of our book F# for Scientists on Amazon and, like every other review, gave the book the highest possible rating of 5/5 stars and described the book as "An excellent book that presents a broad set of examples of use of F#".

We also recently published the F# for Technical Computing book that covers Windows Presentation Foundation, the Task Parallel Library and Message Passing Interface (MPI) for parallel programming, asynchronous workflows for concurrent programming, LINQ for XML, named and optional arguments, standard .NET interfaces for interoperability and dozens of other exciting new features.

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