- How portable is your assembly? Check it with the PCL Compliance Analyzer! – Greg Duncan highlights a neat tool from Vagif Abilov which performs static analysis on an existing .NET library reporting any problems you would encounter in converting it to a Portable Class Library which could be used across a range of platforms.
- Using a Java Framework with F#: The Stanford Parser for NLP – Don Syme discusses the ability fo F# to call functionality from other platforms via TypeProviders and discusses how IKVM provides a means to do this for Java, and highlights some work by Sergey Tihon on getting The Stanford Parser for NLP working in F#
- Preparing your Windows Store app for a world market – Ray Shuman (and a team of contributing authors) discuss the Globalisation of Windows 8 Store Applications, discussing how the platform caters for Globalisation, looking at using the features, and highlighting further resources.
- Getting started with NodeJs and Express on Windows – Daniel Wertheim gives a quick start guide to getting up and running with NodeJS on Windows, looking at the creation of application using the package manager NPM and Express, and discussing the IDE support for similar procedures.
- Netflix: Solving Big Problems with Reactive Extensions (Rx) – Claudio Caldato gives an update on progress with the Reactive Extensions, highlighting recent releases, and calling attention to NetFlix’s Java implementation of the Reactive Extensions
- F# Community Code Sprint this Saturday in London – Don Syme highlights a London F# Community ‘Code Sprint’ event being held this Saturday (9th Feb) where participants will ebe helping out with F#’s Open Source Editor integration
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