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It's easy to find resources for learning WPF, similarly it's pretty easy to find resources for F#.

But I feel that I could save some time if I could learn them both at the same time. So can anyone recommend any books, blogs, articles , something else?

(I'm familiar with functional programming, winforms and c#)

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See What's a good book for learning F#? – Jonas Oct 25 '10 at 1:05

As far as books are concerned I think you'll struggle to find anything - I have most (all?) of the currently available F# books and did a very quick check without much success. Expert F# has about 10 pages on WPF, Beginning F# slightly more. The other books have a couple of mentions of WPF and that's about it.

So...your best bet is probably the series of blog posts by Don Syme (which I see Robert has already linked to in his answer).

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+1 For confirming apparent the lack of material. – Nifle Oct 24 '10 at 19:43

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