The F#.NET Journal just published an article about meta programming:
"Reflection has many practical applications but is significantly harder using the built-in API that it can be if consideration is restricted to F# types as they are used in messages. This article describes a simple library that allows non-recursive F# types and values of them to be converted to and from an abstract representation in the form of a union type. This makes it much easier to write fast serialization libraries for a variety of different serialized formats..."
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