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Lightning Talk: Sneaking F# into your Organization

4th April 2019 in London at CodeNode

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Roman has been happily working as fulltime F# developer for nearly three years now. How did that happen that desperate C# developer turned into F# lover turning his passion into money and fun? What can you do in your company to convince your boss to give F# a shot? And how to sell F# to customers? In this lightning talk, Roman will share some tips from his experience you might find useful.

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Lightning Talk: Sneaking F# into your Organization

Roman Provazník

Roman Provazník is a .NET developer, software architect and the founder of the Czech F#/functional .NET community called FSharping. He has been developing applications for more than 18 years using languages like Pascal, Delphi, PHP, C# and F# but still feels the same excitement for computers as he did as a young kid touching a Commodore 64 keyboard for the first time.

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Roman has been happily working as fulltime F# developer for nearly three years now. How did that happen that desperate C# developer turned into F# lover turning his passion into money and fun? What can you do in your company to convince your boss to give F# a shot? And how to sell F# to customers? In this lightning talk, Roman will share some tips from his experience you might find useful.

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About the Speaker

Lightning Talk: Sneaking F# into your Organization

Roman Provazník

Roman Provazník is a .NET developer, software architect and the founder of the Czech F#/functional .NET community called FSharping. He has been developing applications for more than 18 years using languages like Pascal, Delphi, PHP, C# and F# but still feels the same excitement for computers as he did as a young kid touching a Commodore 64 keyboard for the first time.

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