The F# Journal just published a case study about the industrial use of F#:
"In 2012, we ported a compiler for a domain specific language used in the insurance industry from OCaml to F#. The resulting software lies at the core of a major piece of insurance software that is used worldwide. This article looks retrospectively at both the technical and non-technical successes and failures of that project and the ramifications for industrial users of F#..."
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