Featuring Colin Bull
In this talk we will look at what F# can provide to typical enterprise software development. With real world examples of projects that over the last few years have been implemented in F# we examine the benefits that F# can bring to any enterprise and how it can change how your view the structure...enterprise f# evangelism
The F#orce Awakens
Featuring Evelina Gabasova
Let's dive together into the the world of Star Wars! This talk will use the force of F# to process publicly available datasets relating to the Star Wars movies to find out who's the most important character in the stories and why were the prequels so unsuccessful. On the way, you'll...f# datasets starwars datascience
Building scientific experiments with F#
Featuring Anton Tcholakov
Experiment control software presents many interesting challenges: it requires a combination of concurrent communication with several external devices as well as real-time data charting. Computationally demanding signal processing in software is often also needed.
F# offers great tools for...f# real-time infrastructure experimentation
Forge- F# CLI tooling
Featuring Krzysztof Cieślak
Forge is command line interface for F# projects. Its aim is to provide unified user experience for common task such as project scaffolding, dependency management and building. Forge integrates with popular tools created by community - Paket for dependency management, and FAKE for application...f# forge fake paket tooling
Fixing Real Life Problems From the Ivory Tower
Featuring Michael Newton
F# as a language has a number of features that tend to sound fantastically interesting - but practically useless. Computational expressions, type providers, active patterns, quotations... they're cool. But what are they good for?
In this talk we'll whistle through a bunch of real life...f# open-source type-providers
Extracting useful information from your code repository
Featuring Vicenç Garcia-Altes
Our code repository could tell us a lot of things about our code. Where should we focus our refactoring efforts?. Who owns each part of the project? Do we have any unexpected coupling?
In this session we are going to explore how can we get all these metrics using F#.f# code-repository metrics