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#fsharpX Park Bench Panel hosted by Don Syme with #fsharp experts & Wrap Up Talk with Wendy Devolder, CEO of SKills Matter!
Featuring Don Syme
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Build a Functional Reactive Xamarin Forms app in 30 Minutes - Audience Level: Beginner
Featuring Rob Lyndon
Aside from its famous conciseness, F# has a feature that lends itself extremely well to MVVM architecture: its lack of circular dependencies. With the right infrastructure for building visual components, it becomes very easy to create separate layers for models, views and presentation logic. In...fsharp fsharpx mobile reactive reactiveui fluent-interfaces xamarin
Quick! Check your Properties (and Write Better Software) - Audience Level: Beginner
Featuring Paulmichael Blasucci
Love it or Loathe it, testing is an unavoidable aspect of developing high-quality software. But there's a world of difference between well-tested code and simply writing tests. Very often, the difference boils down to how you assess the "correctness" of your code. By focusing on...fsharp fsharpx clr fscheck testing property-based-testing
Lightning Talk Session: Property-Based Testing of Hardware
Featuring Dale Dunlea
Out of the box, property-based testing is a very effective tool for finding edge case failure modes. Even a fairly naive test will quickly find if there is a problem. Through the effective use of types, a property-based test can also tell you a lot about what the actual problem might be. This...fsharp fsharpx testing property-based-testing beginners hardware
Opening Keynote: Exploring StackOverflow data with F#
Featuring Evelina Gabasova
When you’re stuck while programming - who you gonna call? StackOverflow! It’s an invaluable source of daily help to many. Interestingly, you can also download the entire data dump of StackOverflow and let machine learning loose on the dataset. In this talk, you will discover what you can learn...fsharp fsharpx keynote stackoverflow data fp functional-programming machine-learning dataset
Featuring Alfonso Garcia-Caro
A Gazillion Ways to Test with F# - Audience Level: Beginner
Featuring Kit Eason
Automated testing can be a pain - or a joy! In this talk, you will explore the multitude of technologies and techniques that F#, .NET and Mono developers can use to move the needle in the joyful direction. You will discover basic unit testing with NUnit. Following that, you will take it to the...fsharp fsharpx testing test test-automation ncrunch unit-testing nunit canopy
Top of Mind with Don Syme
Featuring Don Syme
Join us for this intimate session with Don Syme ashe shares his views across general "top-of-mind" topics, incorporating highlights of Fable, .NET Core, F# libraries, fsprojects, Language Design and the F# Foundation.fsharpx fsharp fable dotnet dotnetcore fsproject
Playing nice together: how to use F# in a brownfield project - Audience Level: Beginner
Featuring Gien Verschatse
As is commonplace amongst many companies, the main code base is usually a C# monolith. Although there is a lot of domain knowledge captured in it, using C# wasn't always the best choice to solve domain problems. Upon discovering F#, it was a better fit for some of the features Gien and team...fsharp fsharpx csharp oo fp functional-programming
State of F# within Microsoft’s Developer Division
Featuring Phillip Carter
Microsoft does quite a lot with F#. Microsoft builds and support compilers on .NET Framework and .NET Core, and also support F# running on Xamarin-flavored Mono. There is also the building and supporting of tools within the Visual Studio IDE, which is the primary way developers write code in F#....fsharp fsharpx keynote