1. Use F# on Linux | The F# Software Foundation - F Sharp

    https://fsharp.org/use/linux

    This installs the F# compiler fsharpc and the F# interactive fsharpi.. Debian. Add the mono repository to your package manager, as detailed here.. Install the fsharp package, which will pull in an updated version of Mono, if required.

  2. Use F# on Windows | The F# Software Foundation - F Sharp

    https://fsharp.org/use/windows

    Previous versions: Visual F# Tools 4.0; Visual F# Tools 3.0; Option 5: Run already compiled F# code on servers. Compiled F# code depends on the FSharp

  3. F# Software Foundation

    https://fsharp.org

    F# is a mature, open source, cross-platform, functional-first programming language. It empowers users and organizations to tackle complex computing problems with simple, maintainable and robust code.

  4. Use F# on Mac OSX | The F# Software Foundation

    https://fsharp.org/use/mac

    Option 1: Install Visual Studio Code Visual Studio Code is a free, open source, cross platform source code editor supporting a lot of languages.F# is supported by the Ionide project and is a nice integration.

  5. Guide - Data Science | The F# Software Foundation - fsharp.org

    https://fsharp.org/guides/data-science

    Data science is the application of statistical analysis, machine learning, data visualization and programming to real-world data sources to bring understanding and insight to data-oriented problem domains.

  6. About F# | The F# Software Foundation

    https://fsharp.org/about/index.html

    F# (pronounced “F Sharp”) is a strongly-typed, functional-first programming language for writing simple code to solve complex problems. From the business perspective, the primary role of F# is to reduce the time-to-deployment for analytical software components in the modern enterprise.

  7. Guide - Web Programming | The F# Software Foundation

    https://fsharp.org/guides/web

    The resources below are listed for educational purposes related to the F# programming language. Mention of commercial products, processes, or services should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation.

  8. Testimonials | The F# Software Foundation - fsharp.org

    https://fsharp.org/testimonials

    The F# code is consistently shorter, easier to read, easier to refactor and contains far fewer bugs. As our data analysis tools have developed … we’ve become more productive.