The F# Journal just published an article:
"We recently began to study the memory consumption of different programming language implementations using a program that computes the nth derivative of x^x symbolically using a handful of simple rewrite rules. The languages were all available on a Raspberry Pi but not readily available on Windows so we decided to run our tests on a Raspberry Pi 3. This article describes the F# code, .NET Core setup, execution and performance of the benchmark..."
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