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How to be a Rock Star Developer with Tomas Petricek & Phillip Trelford (& Son)!
Featuring Tomas Petricek and Phil Trelford
You’ve seen the adverts from agents seeking rock star and ninja developers, but what does that even mean? In this session, we’ll look at what it takes to be a true rock star developer and we’ll also venture into the space of rock star data scientists. Like true rock stars, we’ll eschew software...fsharp fsharpx rockstar software-development good-practices bigdata data-science functional microservices
A Deep dive into MBrace.Sql with Anthony Brown!
Featuring Anthony Brown
Are you into MBrace.Sql? MBrace.Sql is a new open source project currently in the experimentation stage designed to lower the barrier to entry for developers to start building big data processing pipelines. Come and join Anthony Brown to explore all that is MBrace.Sql at this months FSharp Bytes!...microservices
Enterprise Tic-Tac-Toe -- A functional approach with Scott Wlaschin
Featuring Scott Wlaschin
Follow along as Scott Wlaschin ridiculously over-engineers a simple game to demonstrate how functional programming can be used to create a real-world "enterprise-ready" application.f# functional programming; security rest api design functional programming security microservices fsharpx
Agile experiments in Machine Learning with F#
Featuring Mathias Brandewinder
Just like traditional applications development, machine learning involves writing code. One aspect where the two differ is the workflow. While software development follows a fairly linear process (design, develop, and deploy a feature), machine learning is a different beast. You work on a single...microservices
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