F# (and .NET) Technology Creators Workshop

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Important! You must sign up here for 1 or both days: http://research.microsoft.com/apps/mobile/showpage.aspx?page=/en-US/events/fsharptechnologycreatorsworkshop/ We are excited to invite you to a two day "F# Technology Creators" workshop at Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK on 13-14 May, 2016!

This is an event specifically for people designing, leading, contributing to F# software technologies, including but not limited to:

• The F# Language Design

• The F# compiler, service and tools, including Javascript compilers

• Open source and cross-platform aspects of F# tooling

• F# editing tools

• Cloud, mobile and web programming tools using F# as a programmability language

• F# testing tools

• F# data science programming and scripting

• F# design methodology

On Friday 13 May the event will feature a broad program of talks, group demos and 1:1 discussion time from a range of F# technology creators. This is a unique chance for F# Tech Creators to spend quality time with other tool and technology creators with very good knowledge of F#: this is an event for F# tech creators, by F# tech creators!

On Saturday 14 May we will also have areas for open coding and 1:1 demo sessions. There will be fun too, with a social event on the Friday evening.

Registration is open up to a limit of about 40 attendees. We expect all attendees to be F# tech creators or working in a closely related area, so please indicate the F#-related technologies or research projects you contribute to when registering. Some travel grants will be available, please apply by ticking yes under the question 'Do you request a travel grant?' as part of your registration and indicate your circumstances briefly. You will be responsible for organizing your own travel arrangements. (Those with a travel grant will be asked to submit their expenses for reimbursement up to the specified limit at the event and you will be sent an email confirmation with further details on how to do this).

For those who can’t attend in person, we tentatively plan to have one session of short 10-15 minute Skype talks/demos.

To register for the event please complete and submit the online registration form below by Wednesday 4 May 2016. Please ensure to check your spam folder for an email acknowledging receipt of your submission. Should you have any queries, please contact Lyndsay Upex.

We hope you will consider coming!