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10 Ways of Getting Started with F#
According to the F# Foundation "F# is a mature, open source, cross-platform functional-first programming language that lets you solve complex problems with simple, maintainable and robust code." But what does this actually mean in practice? What are some of the interesting problems that can be solved in F# more easily than in other languages? And what are some problem areas where F# is a great fit? If you are curious about functional programming, web development, data science and machine learning and F# then come to this talk to learn more!
In just 1 hour, you'll see 10 ways of using F# to solve interesting problems - including the exploration of .NET and Mono libraries, calling JSON-based web services, getting statistics about countries, unit testing your .NET code, building a simple web application or a REST service and many more!