The course of study I originally used was http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/F_... and I still use it as a reference.
This site has some really excellent F# learning material http://fsharpforfunandprofit.co... organized into some very good series, even of interest to well-seasoned F#ers.
1 · April 12
Thanks to everybody who came yesterday - you guys were awesome, lots of great questions! Once I get code samples cleaned up a bit, I'll post a link here. In the meanwhile, here are some great resources to get started with F#:
http://www.tryfsharp.org/ allows you to try F# in your browser, and has some great tutorials.
http://fsharp.org/ the F# Foundation website is packed with good links and resources
And if you enjoyed the talk (or hated it!), feel free to rate it on SpeakerRate at http://speakerrate.com/talks/21...
0 · April 12
I hope I can make this event, looks really good. I wanted to let everyone know that we are a SF based Health-tech startup building the next gen enterprise communication standard for Healthcare on .net and if anyone is looking to come on early (We have UCSF as a pilot) let me know we are looking for an amazing dev to compliment our team of 7. Let's chat soon - Jonathan Govette - referralMD - http://getreferralmd.com - email: [masked]
0 · April 11