Progressive F# Tutorials 2013 / Programming with the Stars

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Rick Minerich led a live coding session with the help of F# enthusiast and attendee Michael Newton.

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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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