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Steve Goguen: Web Development with F#

F# is overlooked as great tool for building web applications. We've seen languages like Ruby leverage its dynamic nature to make web development easier. This presentation will talk about how C# developers can add F# to their tool set and leverage F#'s strengths in the web development world. We'll talk about how to use F# to create interesting and useful components that can be consumed in your MVC applications, and why you may want to
choose F# to develop the interesting parts of your web application.

Steve has been developing software since 1995 when he was in love with C++. For years he's attempted to achieve component reuse with crude tools like COM and ATL, often losing battles to the complexity demons. He's currently retraining and rearming himself with mathematically sound abstractions and F#.

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  • Andrew H C.

    nice performance and great audience

    June 2, 2012

  • Steve G

    Excellent presentation

    June 1, 2012

  • Howard M.

    Interesting talk and showed some novel techniques.

    June 1, 2012

  • Daniel R.

    Interesting use of F# and def a good presentation

    June 1, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I agree. Don't take a spot if you're not going to show up.

    May 31, 2012

  • Paul B.

    I'm one of two on the waitlist for this event, and in my experience the number of people who actually show up is always significantly less than the number who sign up. If you've signed up but it turns out that you can't make it, might you be so kind as to click the "Change Your Mind?" button on the Meetup page to open up a spot for the waitlisted folks? Thanks much.

    May 29, 2012

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