About IntelliFactory IntelliFactory is the world-wide leading supplier of F# consulting, development and training services, and technologies that enable functional, reactive, client-based web development. As one of the very first adopters of F#, IntelliFactory has a long history of applying F# and functional programming in commercial domains, and specializes in a number of areas where the benefits of F# are immense, including asyncronous, distributed, and cloud computing; symbolic processing; language-oriented programming; domain-specific languages; and functional web development.
With several offices in Europe and the US, and a large network of the best F# talent around the world, IntelliFactory offers a unique combination of F# expertise, smart and creative staff, agility, and a proven track record to solve real-life problems quickly and effectively.
IntelliFactory is not an outsourcing company. We believe in the quality and not the quantity of our resources, and each and every one of our colleagues has been selected from a large pool of candidates to bring the most value and the richest skillset to our company. Our people are our greatest assets.
Introduction to Nancy and Simple.Data
Featuring Mark Rendle and Steven Robbins
Nancy is the web framework that lets you drop the ceremony, cut through the boilerplate and write clear, concise code that expresses your application’s purpose. Simple.Data is the data access technology that gives you ORM-style syntax with no code-generation and no mapping files. Together, they...nancy simple.data bigdata
You Think You Know Agile?
Featuring Nathan Gloyn
Question is: are they actually agile? In this session we will answer that question by firstly going to look at what we are trying to achieve by using agile, and then move on to talk about the various current main stream methodologies that people use, namely Extreme Programming, Scrum & Kanban...extreme-programming scrum kanban agile
Async Methods in C# 5
Featuring Jon Skeet
Asynchrony is becoming increasingly important in an interconnected world. There are many opportunities for writing more efficient code - but until now it's frankly been a pain to do so. Parallel and asynchronous code is difficult to write, understand and debug... but C# 5's asynchronous...async .net c# c#-5 asynchronous-methods
RESTful Web Service Development in .NET
Featuring Ian Robinson
This hands-on tutorial will introduce you to building RESTful web services using the new Microsoft Web APIs (http://wcf.codeplex.com). Over the course of several exercises, we'll develop a simple Fighting Fantasy service for machines to play when they're not busy running your business...rest hypermedia
Continuous Integration to Continuous Delivery
Featuring Paul Stack
As software developers, we face a risky, time-consuming and painful process in delivering software. The solution the delivery of software continuously through build, test and deployment automation. This session will talk about how we can move from CI to continuous delivery. This session will help...continuous-integration continuous-delivery
Advanced WebSharper Tutorial
Featuring Adam Granicz
WebSharper is a popular and robust web application development framework for F# that provides powerful functional constructs that massively cut down the development time of ordinary client-server and stunningly rich, client-based, mobile and HTML5 web applications.websharper f# html5
Load Testing for Developers
Featuring Simon Brown
Have you ever built a software system and your users have complained that it’s too slow? I have; debugging live performance and scalability issues with business sponsors watching over your shoulder isn’t fun!scalability testing
Featuring Damjan Vujnovic
Automating Gherkin Acceptance Criteria with Specflow
Featuring Christian Hassa and Gaspar Nagy
Behavior-Driven Development is a way of building software focusing on application behavior. This is achieved by enabling a better communication between the customers and the development team and by using automated acceptance tests to describe the required functionality..net specflow gherkin visual-studio monodevelop nuget silverlight bdd cucumber
Front-end Tips for Back-end Devs
Featuring Dylan Beattie