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F#, Functional programming, Domain-Driven Design

Consultant, Developers

Liam McLennan

A discussion of the issues with object-relational mapping and some possible solutions.

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F#, Functional Programming

Consultant

Jorge Fioranelli

F# introduction talk at Alt.Net Sydney.

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F#, Functional Programming

Consultant

Hadi Eskandari

Want to learn how to work with diverse information sources on the internet and modern enterprise environments? Hadi shows you how you can achieve all that in F# using Type Providers. There are type providers for JSON, XML, SQL, CSV, Twitter, WSDL, Excel, R, Regex, RSS and many, many more. While all of these won't be covered in this meetup, once you understand how they work it is easy to start using others.

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F#, Functional Programming

Consultant

Jorge Fioranelli

Jorge explains how functional lists work and how to process them using recursion with F#.

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F#, Functional programming

Consultant, Developers

Daniel Chambers

Are you a C# programmer that loves the power and fluency of libraries like LINQ and RX? Do you sometimes find it difficult to write your own expressive, clean, reliable and concurrent code? Have you looked at functional programming and been terrified by math symbols and scary sounding words like "monad" and "category theory"? In this talk we'll introduce and discuss how to use F# and functional programming techniques to write that cleaner, more expressive and reliable code that you've always wanted; and we'll even show you it all running inside a real website, not just on the console!

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F#

Consultant

Jorge Fioranelli

Quick introduction to the piplelining operator in F# at the F# User Group, Sydney on 5 Aug 2014.

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F#

Consultant

Jorge Fioranelli

Jorge explains Option Types in F#, at the Sydney F# usergroup.