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Daily Dose - No More IDEs in F#'s Future?

12.28.2010
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MonoDevelop has recently added support for the recently open sourced F# .NET programming language.  Mono is the likely steward of the language, as they are the most active open source .NET technology shop.  However, they may be the last IDE to add support for the relatively young language since Eclipse support is dying and WebMatrix is a more casual developer tool.  Features for MonoDevelop's F# plugin include tool tips, identifier completion, and background type-checking.

Go Goes 2.1
The ThoughtWorks Studios continuous deployment software - recently renamed "Go" - is at version 2.1 this month with features like CI as a service provisioning, OpenSocial, and support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008.  Behold the first video-integrating Dose, where Jez Humble explains the changes in Go.



PyCharm 1.1 Released with 1.5 Features
Instead of releasing version 1.5 of the PyCharm Python IDE, JetBrains renamed the release 1.1 in preparation for 2011.  The new release includes several productivity features that were added across IntelliJ IDEA in version 10.  There is also support for doctests and nose tests.  py.test framework support has been updated to the latest version. 

The SEC Looks Into Hurd's Exodus to Oracle
After going quiet for some time, the controversy surrounding former HP CEO Mark Hurd's departure is flaring up again.  The Wall Street Journal says that the US Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into whether Hurd shared information about HP's EDS acquisition with Oracle, where he is now president. 

Building Large-Scale jQuery Applications
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Mark Haniford replied on Tue, 2010/12/28 - 3:15pm

Mitchell, you need to think about your Daily Dose titles a bit more.  Think about it.

Mark Haniford replied on Tue, 2010/12/28 - 3:22pm

And what's this crap about Mono as the likely steward of F#?  Mitchell, why don't you stick to your usual "Kid in Witchita tries Ubuntu" Daily Doses.

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