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In this tutorial, we’ll look under the cover of the F# compiler. We’ll explore how editors and tools can call the F# compiler API to parse and type check F# code.
This session will be useful if you want to integrate F# in your favorite editor or if you want to write service F# snippets http://www.fssnip.net/ We’ll also talk about the key components of the F# compiler and how you would go about extending the F# language itself. This session will give you a developer overview of the compiler and Tomas will explore how to extend the F# computation syntax with experimental extensions like joinads
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Calling and extending the F# compiler
Tomas is a computer scientist and open-source developer. He is a Visiting Researcher at the Alan Turing Institute working on tools for open data-driven storytelling. He wrote a popular book called "Real-World Functional Programming" and is a lead developer of several F# open-source libraries.
Don Syme is a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Mobile Tools and Microsoft Research, Cambridge. He works with researchers, Microsoft and open source communities to make better programming technologies, and, through that, make people more productive and happier.