I had looked a little bit at F# about a year ago but that was mainly just being confused at what a colleague had done in it. I like this presentation by Luca Bolognese. It gives a really good example of doing something useful in F#. I think one of the big barriers I had with it was not really knowing what you were supposed to do with, just knowing it was new (and therefore shiny).

The presentation / video is definitely worth a look and the guy himself is also quite funny which makes it easier to watch / listen to.

An Introduction into Microsoft F#


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