F# for Scientists. Jon Harrop
ISBN: 0470242116,9780470242117 | 370 pages | 10 Mb
F# for Scientists Jon Harrop
Over the course of this series, my goal is to provide other .Net developers a(nother) resource for learning the F# language as well as apply the language into some non-financial or scientific scenarios. Sep 9, 2008 - F# for Scientists by Jonathan D. Jun 23, 2010 - F#@k all'a y'all! Sep 1, 2012 - In a previous article I highlighted how Haskell and F# have a peculiar way of turning a quite generic mathematical idea into something more tangible (and more usable too) for programming purposes. Harrop Note that F# is not only a functional language, but it is a general purpose programming language that supports functional, imperative and object oriented techniques. There was a whole heap of story BEFORE that. Dec 5, 2008 - Discovered a blog F# For Scientists Misses the Boat On Mathematica Performance 2008-08-26 , by Sal Mangano. Dec 23, 2013 - There has been a lot of discussion on-line recently about languages for data analysis, statistical computing, and data science more generally. I don't really want to F# has been open sourced for some time. (at Source semanticvector.blogspot.com) Sal talks about how Joh Harrop bad mouth Mathematica. Aug 21, 2009 - So why should a computational scientist use F# over FORTRAN? Jon Harrop, the owner of Flying Frog Consultancy, has released his F# book, F# for Scientists. Jan 21, 2010 - I actually got down to writing some more code for my n-body model in F#. I haven't got my hardcopy just yet, but I read a draft of this book, and was really very impressed. Aug 29, 2012 - "Beauty and The Beast" came on TV here in London this past Sunday night, and I stopped the (digital) presses to watch. Aug 28, 2008 - I can't believe I missed posting about this - F# for Scientists is now out! I got down to reading some of “F# for Scientists” and a couple of really interesting blog posts on building an Asteroids game for the Xbox using F#. I had to -- it's my all-time favorit. Good question, and one that I think needs to be answered. Mar 12, 2014 - He is a consultant at FPbridge.co.uk, creator of and blogger on F# for Fun and Profit, and the author of Understanding Functional Programming.