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Matthew F.

Location:

Bridgetown
Hometown: Totnes

Member since:

October 16, 2012

How would you describe your knowledge and skills level of F#?

I've quite a lot of theoretical knowledge and considerable experience of functional programming (mostly small but mathematically interesting projects); I used to lecture in functional programming at Sheffield University; relatively new to F#.

Could you tell us a bit more about how you're currently using F#, or would like to use F# in the future?

Interested in reactive and dataflow functional programming, with applications in finance and business.

What type of users group formats do you prefer? For example, 'deep-dive' tutorials and presentations, beer-and-pizza get-togethers, puzzle-solving and Coding Dojo sessions, etc?

Deep-dive is good and I'd be very interested in Coding Dojos. Less interested in beer-and-pizza meetings.

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