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  1. Type-Driven Development - Mark Seemann


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    The F# type system is both stronger and more flexible than the type system in e.g. C#. You can use this to your advantage to rapidly evolve a prototype. In this talk you'll see an example…

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      Reactive Extensions (Rx) has brought reactive programming to the mainstream in recent years with successful adoption in languages such as C#, Java and JavaScript. But have you ever wondered what Rx…

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        How to get knowledge from data? In this talk, I'll demonstrate end-to-end data analysis using FsLab - a cross-platform data science tools based on F# that make it easy to access data using type…

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        • [nyc-fsharp] Event-driven services via F# and EventStore with Lev Gorodinski


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          This talk will discuss the implementation of distributed services using a functional programming paradigm and a functional architectural style. The key ingredients are functional purity, the event…

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          • Tomas Petricek - Domain Specific Languages, the functional way


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            In software development, we often face the same problem over and over again. For example, when designing user-interfaces, we need to specify the layout of components; when designing financial systems,…

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            • Mathias Brandewinder - F# and Machine Learning: a winning combination


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              While Machine Learning practitioners routinely use a wide range of tools and languages, C# is conspicuously absent from that arsenal. Is .NET inadequate for Machine Learning? In this talk, I'll…

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              • [nyc-fsharp] Cross-platform mobile with F# & Xamarin with Rachel Reese


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                Event: http://www.meetup.com/nyc-fsharp/events/177333632/ Rachel Reese is a long-time software engineer and math geek who has recently relocated to Nashville, TN to work with the fabulous folks…

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                • [nyc-fsharp] Porting Quake III to F# A Journey to Functional Programming with Will Smith


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                  FQuake3 is a project started by Will as an attempt to port id Software’s Quake III Arena to F# and to figure out how functional programming can be applied to game engines. The project is less…

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                  • [nyc-fsharp] Tomas Petricek and Howard Mansell on Deedle Effective Data and Time Series Analysis


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                    Effective Data & Time Series Analysis with Deedle (from BlueMountain) Deedle (http://bluemountaincapital.github.io/Deedle) is a new open-source library for data and time series manipulation.…

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                    • [nyc-fsharp] Tomas Petricek on F# for the Web with Type providers and FunScript


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                      Event: http://www.meetup.com/nyc-fsharp/events/144681162/ In this talk, we'll look at two exciting open-source projects from the F# community and we'll put them together to build REST…

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                      • F# Driver for MongoDB - Wed, Sept 04, 2013, San Francisco F# user group


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                        Recording of the SFSharp meetup (www.sfsharp.org) held in San Francisco, Wed, Sept 04, 2013: Max Hirschhorn (@visemet) presents his work on creating a F# Driver for MongoDB. Details of the meetup…

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                        • .NET Rocks - Functional Programming Panel: Type systems and static typing - saving your ass or getting in your face


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                          Stuart Halloway, David Nolen, Don Syme, John Hughes, Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell The typing of programming languages tend to fall into the categories of static vs dynamic typing. What are…

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