Community for F# / F# for Testing and Analysis

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One area where F# excels beyond other languages is its language oriented programming features. These are especially useful for the testing and analysis of existing code. In this intermediate to advanced talk, Richard will demonstrate how F# can be used to take some of the pain out of both testing and basic code analysis.

This is a great way to get your feet wet with F# while laying aside the problem of shipping code in a language you may not yet be completely comfortable with.

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Rick Minerich (rick.minerich)

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Researcher. Functional Programmer. Co-author of Professional F# 2.0 and F# MVP. Loves Machine Learning, Type Systems and Physics.

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