F# is a functional programming language for the .NET Framework. This provides support for functional programming in addition to traditional object-oriented and procedural programming.
Good news is that F# is now integrated in to Microsoft’s Visual Studio.
Here are few Links and Learning Resources to quickly get started with developing Application in F#.
Here are some Adventures in F# series .
I will update more links and resources as and when i find one .
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