The F#.NET Journal just published an article about GUI programming:
"Spreadsheets are ubiquitous in business computing but they are a flat unstructured representation of data. Programming languages like F# make it easy to structure data but the ability to convert between flat and structured representations can make it easier to build applications for business users. This article examines the problem of converted structured data into a flat table..."
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