The Book of F# (No Starch Press)
The Book of F# (No Starch Press)
Friday, 11 April 2014

Using the subtitle "Breaking Free with Managed Functional Programming" Dave Fancher shares his expertise in using F# to write succinct, reliable, and predictable code. By taking advantage of features like default immutability, pipelining, type inference, and pattern matching, you'll be amazed how efficient and elegant code can be.

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Author: Dave Fancher
Publisher: No Starch Press
Date: March 28, 2014
Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-1593275525

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MySQL 5th Edition

Author: Paul DuBois
Publisher: Addison Wesley,  2013
Pages: 1176
ISBN: 978-0321833877
Target audience: Developers working with MySQL
Rating: 5
Reviewed by: Kay Ewbank

Any book that gets to a 5th edition is probably worth reading, and this book on MySQL by Paul Dubois certainly fits this pattern.



Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Integration Services

Author: Brian Knight et al
Publisher: Wrox
Pages: 912
ISBN: 978-1118850879
Audience: Developers, DBAs, Architects
Rating: 4.8
Reviewer: Ian Stirk

A popular SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) book receives an upgrade for 2014 – how does it fare?


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