". . . Java and C# are inherently complex. Each contains a pantheon of objects and libraries that can be used by the developer to accomplish many tasks. Anyone who has programmed in Java or C# knows that the same goal can usually be accomplished many different ways, depending on the developer. Often a complex language spawns complex solutions --and complex code can be difficult to debug, update, and pass on to new developers. Here's where F# comes to the rescue: a simple subtle language designed to solve simple, subtle problems." Read More . . .