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Functional Programming eXchange 2013
Skills Matter is pleased to announce the Fourth Functional Programming eXchange our annual conference on the functional programming paradigm, practices, technologies and ideas. Join us for a day of talks, open-space discussions and brainstorming on Functional Programming, to share common challenges in the different languages, the latest ideas, best tools, best practices in scala, clojure, haskell and F# and common lessons learned.
Join our Functional Programming eXchange on MARCH 15th 2013
Progressive F# Tutorials
This is the first Progressive F# Tutorials, a 2-day, two-track conference covering the latest developments in the fast moving world of Functional Programming. . Find out more here
Robert Pickering's Beginning F# Workshop
Robert Pickering's Beginning F# Workshop is a two day course that will teach you all about F#, an exciting new language that has evolved from a Microsoft Research project into a first class citizen of Visual Studio 2010. You will discover how F# can be used to express programs concisely and efficiently; you’ll also learn how to start having fun with this enormously productive language. Find out more here
Tomas Petricek’s and Phil Trelford’s Real-World F# Programming
Tomas Petricek’s and Phil Trelford’s two day course will teach you how to solve real-world .NET problems in F#. Will guide you through several areas where F# can help you be more productive and solve your problems faster, with code that is efficient and easy to maintain. The examples used in this course are based on experience of developing successful commercial applications in F#.
After attending, you’ll be able to recognize where using F# can save your time and money and you’ll know how to integrate F# components in the .NET ecosystem. Find out more here
Tomas Petricek & Phil Trelford's Functional Programming in .NET
Tomas Petricek’s and Phil Trelford’s two-day Functional Programming in .NET course explains concepts that you need to write modern applications for .NET using F#, C# with LINQ as well as current and upcoming .NET technologies that arise from functional programming ideas.
Learning several simple functional concepts will help you understand these technologies and use them effectively. This means that the course will make you a better programmer even if you’re not going to immediately start using F#. This course is based on experience of developing commercial applications in F# and we’ll discuss good ways of introducing F# to your daily work.. Find out more here