Progressive F# Tutorials

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The F# community is really growing, both in depth and in size! With many meetups and talks happening in London and New York, the F# Software Foundation providing enormous support and the F#unctional Londoners and F#unctional New Yorkers regularly meeting up to discover, evolve and adopt F# practices and technologies.

To support the (awesome!) F# community, Skills Matter is organising the 4th annual Progressive F# Tutorials in London on November 6-7th.

This year, the conference will bring together great minds and experts like Don Syme, Scott Waschin, Mark Seemann, Mathias Brandewinder, Andrea Magnorsky and Robert Pickering with some 100 community members who are passionate about F#, functional programming, maths, data science, machine learning and other topics.

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Whether you are new to F# and want to learn about meta programming or a seasoned F# engineer keen to learn and share skills with others, the Progressive F# Tutorials is the place to be!

Both days will be split into 3-hour long hands-on workshops designed to get you from zero to production.

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