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In this tutorial, we will look at building how to build applications with F#, the new functional programming language on the .NET platform.
We’ll look at what using a functional programming language changes in your applications structure and what it doesn’t.
We’ll see how F# interactive can be used to experiment with your code to help quickly find a solution to the problem you’re working on and test it works correctly.
We’ll also discover how these informal experimentations can be turned into a robust library or application with a working test suite.
Finally, we’ll look at both using F# for server applications and on the client for creating GUIs using common design patterns such as MVVM & MVC.
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