Come work on F#!
Posted by Brian on January 26, 2011
In case you haven’t heard, the F# team is hiring. Want to work in Redmond as an F# developer, or a program manager, or a different developer? (Or perhaps just search with keyword “F#”, for other F#-related jobs at Microsoft.) See also Don’s blogs for info on applying. There’s also a contract position in the UK for applied F#.
Since I dislike code-free blogs, I’ll leave you with a quick code snippet. Ask yourself, what does this code print? (Then try it.)
type MyVector(x:int, y:int, z:int) =
// expose the values as an array
member this.Values = [| x; y; z |]
let v = new MyVector(1,2,3)
v.Values. <- 42
printfn "%d" v.Values.
A hint: it illustrates a “gotcha” people sometimes hit when first learning the syntax for writing F# property getters.