The "Dependency cycles" series
One of the most common complaints about F# is that it requires code to be in dependency order. That is, you cannot use forward references to code that hasn’t been seen by the compiler yet.
In this series, I discuss dependency cycles, why they are bad, and how to get rid of them.
1. Cyclic dependencies are evil
Cyclic dependencies: Part 1
2. Refactoring to remove cyclic dependencies
Cyclic dependencies: Part 2
3. Cycles and modularity in the wild
Comparing some real-world metrics of C# and F# projects