This talk will introduce what might seem like an unlikely combination - functional programming with F# and the Raspberry Pi. You will see how powerful functional abstractions and succinct code can make prototyping and programming with the Pi a breeze.
The result is a (primarily) Last.Fm powered radio station, with an LCD screen, controller support, a website, and a bunch of other stuff all brought together with ease using one amazing programming language!
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Ross has been accidentally wiping hard drives and melting transistors into his fingers since he can remember. He has over 20 years programming experience in a wide variety of different languages and technologies, ranging from games and financial markets to fraud prevention and investigation. He has more recently been working on F# type providers. He loves squirrels, physics, electronics, robotics, functional programming, programming languages in general and squirrels.