nice to see you are continuing with this great content
Grats on your new position! I look forward to more F# posts =)
Thank you guys
Congratulations! Keep up the good work; I look forward to following you on this new blog.
I doubt you remember but we met at TechEd in 2008 when I was talking about LINQ to XML – just wanted to congratulate you on your new position, I’d no idea you’d left the company.
Good luck with it!
F#elicitazioni on your new role.
All the best to you and your family.
Congratulazioni e in bocca al lupo…
Yay, Luca! I’m glad to hear about being closer to your extended family and hope that all goes well for you.
you nearly brought me to tears!! I thought you had abandoned us!
I was in a panic to find out why i put you in my rss in order to find
another expert to fill your HUGE shoes. Thank goodness you are still bloging.
Thank you guys. You are too kind.
Così peccato che no si sente più niente di te.
Lurking in the shadows …
Luca, congratulations on the move. My company was hoping to utilize the f# library you built as a .NET project. Our IT folks are not sure if we can implement the project online. Perhaps I am confused but is there a version of the library that could be implemented as a SQL Server CLR? I am not a coder, so please forgive my ignorance, but your XIRR implementation is exactly what we need.
Best – Narayan
Hi, I assume you are talking about the financial functions library. This is a link to a versin that should run inside sql server clr: http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/FinancialFunctions/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=2970
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