Jack H. Palevich

F# is a research programming language written by Microsoft Reserch. It's still in its experimental phase, but I like to play with it. Here are my notes on how to use XNA GSE from F#.

(Note: F# is an exotic programming language, and is harder to learn and use than C#. If you don't care about exotic programming languages, you're much better off using C#, since it's much easier and faster to use C# with XNA GSE. But if you _are_ an exotic programming language fan, especially of functional languages, I hope these notes are useful to you!)

Part 1: How to Write XNA Game Studio Express Games with F# - Part 1 Getting Started

http://grammerjack.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!F2629C772A178A7C!156.entry

Part 2: How to Write XNA Game Studio Express Games with F# - Part 2 Using F# with Visual C# Express

http://grammerjack.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!F2629C772A178A7C!157.entry

Part 3: How to Write XNA Game Studio Express Games with F# - Part 3: Running F# code on the Xbox 360

http://grammerjack.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!F2629C772A178A7C!158.entry