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F# is too often considered a niche language for mathematics, science, and other academic purposes. Many developers would like to use F# for business application development, but companies are reluctant to adopt the language. It's difficult to convince management that F# can bring more business value long term.
Mikhail has succeeded in convincing his organization to use F# everywhere. He has demonstrated success on both the backend and the frontend without actually having a team of F# developers.
You will learn why Mikhail loves to say: "There is nothing impossible if you really want it!"
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F# for a Real World E-commerce Project
Mikhail Smal has been a software engineer for more than 13 years, with a focus on .NET web applications. In 2016, he moved from Moscow, Russia to Prague, Czech Republic to challenge himself in Europe and work for international IT companies. A few years ago, he fell in love with functional programming. F# became his “number one” programming language. Currently he works as a lead developer for Proffsmagasinet.