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F#'s powerful type system and support for units of measure allow developers to write safer, better code. In this talk, we will look at the F# type system and contrast it against what is available in C#. We will see how this deeper, more robust type system affords us the ability to build rules engines complete with compile-time checking. We will also explore how a set of units of measure provides a safety rail for developers, reducing the risk of invalid calculations. Presenter: Kevin Feasel Food: Food will be provided, most likely Subway sandwiches.
.NET Core 3.0 is being launched and there’s a virtual developer event to go with it. Come and join the team at Citrix for lunch and a watch together event on the afternoon of the 23rd! More information: https://www.dotnetconf.net/ Schedule: · 11:15 AM – Doors open · 11:30 AM – Pizza arrives · 12:00 PM – Conference starts, see schedule here: https://www.dotnetconf.net/agenda · 5:00 PM – End of day (conference continues online) Also of Note: · Wi-Fi will be provided to enable remote work · Registration will be disabled at 6:00 PM on the 22nd, but you are still welcome to attend! (Our security team likes a list ahead of time to help people get into the parking deck more efficiently) Who is Citrix: Citrix aims to power a world where people, organizations and things are securely connected and accessible to make the extraordinary possible. We help customers reimagine the future of work by providing the most comprehensive secure digital workspace that unifies the apps, data and services people need to be productive, and simplifies IT’s ability to adopt and manage complex cloud environments. Navigating: Citrix is located at 120 S. West Street between Morgan Street and W. Hargett Street in the warehouse district of downtown Raleigh. The Visitor Entrance to the building is on West Street through the courtyard between the building and the parking deck. The other site entrances are for employees only. Parking is available to pre-registered guests in our deck, which is accessible via West Street. Paid street parking and the Dillon parking garage are within a block. If you park in our deck, the parking arm will be down. Press the button and give security your name and who you are visiting. There is no designated visitor parking – you are welcome to take any available space. Take the deck elevator or stairs to the Courtyard (CY) level, then cross the courtyard to the main lobby through the revolving door. (Street parking and public deck parking is also available nearby) Once you arrive at the front desk, please check in with the receptionist; they’ll have the event sign-in sheet for our event. Alternate ways to visit us: · Take the bus! https://gotriangle.org/trip-planner The GoRaleigh 16 drops you in front of our office. GoRaleigh 6, 8, and 4; GoTriangle 105 and 100; and the R-Line all drop you off nearby. · Take the train! https://www.amtrak.com/plan-your-trip.html Union Station is 2 blocks away. · Ride a bike! If you do, we have parking on the sidewalk and on the first floor within the parking deck