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Hands-on with SAFE-Stack: Your Functional Stack!
At this month's F#unctional Londoners we're joined by one of the main contributors of SAFE-Stack, Isaac Abraham who'll be teaching us some of the basics at this hand's on event. Don't miss it! SAFE-Stack is an end-to-end, functional-first stack for cloud-ready web development that emphasizes type-safe programming. Come and learn the basics of SAFE-Stack from one of its main contributors, Isaac Abraham. Isaac is an expert in practical functional-first cloud programming. Please also register with our hosts Skills Matter: https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/10706-hands-on-with-safe-stack-your-functional-stack Isaac Abraham is an F# MVP and a .NET developer since .NET 1.0 with an interest in cloud computing and distributed data problems. He nowadays lives in both the UK and Germany, and is the director of Compositional IT. He specializes in consultancy, training and development, helping customers adopt high-quality, functional-first solutions on the .NET platform. https://compositional-it.com

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F#unctional Londoners is a meetup group that aims to bring together Londoners with an interest in functional programming with F#. Topics include: - Essentials of functional programming and F# - Assessing what kind of projects F# is well suited for - or not - Using F# alongside other languages and libraries - Asynchronous and parallel programming - Data visualisation - Scientific programming - Numerical methods and optimisation - Financial modelling

As an affiliated user group of fsharp.org (http://community.fsharp.org/), the F# Software Foundation, we strive to build a great community of passionate people who care deeply about F#, and want to make our community a safe and welcoming place for everyone. We expect everyone attending our events to be respectful, open, and considerate, and to follow the F# Software Foundation Code of Conduct (http://foundation.fsharp.org/code_of_conduct). If someone's behavior makes you feel uncomfortable or unsafe in any way, please report the issue by emailing conduct@fsharp.org.

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