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Those who develop with .NET probably do so with C#. But F#, in particular, has great potential to make daily work easier. Everything that C# can do can also be done with F#, and often in a more lightweight and less error-prone way. If you want to see where the differences are and why F# is a good programming language for normal software development, come to this session! And don't worry, the talk is free of functional programming jargon – I promise!
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Why Every Day as a Developer Would Be Easier with F#
I'm a software architect and software developer with a focus on the .Net platform and Azure. I like to build products with a short and frequent feedback loop to its users and customers - some would call this agile or continuous delivery. Besides working on the time tracking product TimeRocket, I'm a consultant on software architecture and technical aspects of working as a team using continuous delivery like evolvable design, test-driven-development and alike. And I'm the co-host of the .Net User Group Zentralschweiz. You can find my blog here.