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Exploring the Testing Landscape in F#
-- Exploring the Testing Landscape in F# - Ian Russell -- The existence of features such immutability by default, the elimination of nulls and a rich type system make many of the the tests we write in C# redundant as they are prevented by the language itself. This allows us to concentrate on testing things of real business value. In this session you will learn about the rich variety of testing tools and strategies we have in F# and when to use them. Please also sign up with our hosts, Skills Matter, at: https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/11024-exploring-the-testing-landscape-in-f-sharp About Ian: Experienced developer with over 20 years on the Microsoft stack from VB6, through .Net from 1.1 and laterly in F#. Active in the .Net community for over 10 years from attending alt.net conferences and NxtGenUG, through speaking at user groups and conferences around the UK to running CraftyCoders and Warwickshire.Net user groups. I have been presenting sessions for 10 years and on functional programming for over 5 years to whoever will allow the time to listen and learn. I still consider myself to be an alt.net developer.

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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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