r/fsharp

6k subscribers
created in 2008
last scan 7/18/2019


This group is geared towards people interested in the "F#" language, a functional-first language targeting .NET, JavaScript, and (experimentally) WebAssembly. More info about the language can be found at https://fsharp.org
https://reddit.com/r/fsharp/
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