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Not sure where or how to use F# in your applications? E.ON Energy Trading uses F# to develop algorithmically complex, business critical, low-latency components within enterprise applications. Key to the success of these components is the adoption of the functional programming style that F# encourages.
This leads to an exploratory approach to programming resulting in clear, correct and concise code. F# support for asynchronous workflows, units of measure and reactive programming further define the space in which F# can assert itself within the enterprise.
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