Introduction to F# and Functional Programming via Tests

You must bring a laptop. Don’t forget that power supply. We recommend more than 1 Gb of RAM and at least 10 Gb of free disk space. We will help you get organized and install the right software for continued virtual fun! We have wireless Internet access so you can download on-site.

Over two months we will cover F# and how you can start using it at work. These Hands-On Labs will make use of Visual Studio 2012 or later. This is the first of the sessions.

We’ll start off with covering what F# is and where it’s strongest. Next, we’ll start to test existing C# code with F# testing frameworks. Finally, we’ll branch out by both testing and creating solutions to problems with F#.

Use this link to access the lab material:

Stachu Korick

Formerly an active member of the Rubik’s Cube speed-solving community, Stachu loves solving problems and follows the cubing adage “Go Slow and Look Ahead” to the best of his ability.