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F# 3.0 Dynamics CRM Type Provider and WMI Type Provider

Ross McKinlay and Keith Battocchi will be in town, so we invite them to give a talk! Ross McKinlay will give an overview of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 along with the data access methods that it currently provides, followed by a demonstration of the new F# 3.0 LINQ Type Provider. Keith Battocchi will give a talk on F# WMI Type Provider. Hope to see you all in the meetup :)

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  • Jorge G.

    Unfortunately I cannot be in Seattle, I life in Madrid Spain and it is impossible. But I would like to translate an important question for me. I would like to propose for built my new Dynamics CRM projects use F# language, but some typical question that ask to me is, why I should use this language if it is not reference on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK. I think Dynamics CRM team and Visual Studio F# team should work and include another way to build Dynamics CRM solution including samples and reference on the next Dynamics SDK release. What do you think?

    Thanks so much
    My personal email address is [masked]

    March 6, 2013

    • Wonseok C.

      Agreed. I will pass your comment to the team. Thanks!

      March 6, 2013

    • Jorge G.

      Thanks!!! Please send to me if you have any comment.

      March 7, 2013

  • Charlie R.

    I can't make it after all!

    March 6, 2013

  • Chris B.

    A note on parking: Building 99 parking is available in the garage at the corner of NE 36th and 150th NE. You can access the garage from either 150th NE or WESTBOUND NE 36th. If you approach from Eastbound NE 36th, proceed to 150th NE and use the basement entrance on 150th. See you at the Meetup.

    March 5, 2013

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