Tune in July 29 for .NET Conf: Focus on F#

Beth Massi

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The .NET Conf team is bringing you another “Focus” event this Thursday, July 29 all about F#. We have finalized the agenda, speakers, and hosts that will make the day educational and fun. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned F# programmer, we have something for you.

.NET Conf: Focus on F# is a free, one-day livestream event that features speakers from the community and Microsoft teams working on and using the F# language. Learn how F# lets you write succinct, performant, and robust code backed by a powerful type system and the .NET runtime you can trust to build mission-critical software.

Learn from the creator of F# himself, Don Syme, and watch him kick off the day with F# community contributors and companies using F#. Guido van Rossum, creator of Python, will also be here learning F# from scratch from Don. You won’t want to miss this fascinating and informative session with two programming language creators. Here’s a sneak peak at the session:

Learn about the key ideas underlying F#, its unique and modern methodology, and hear live from F# users across the globe in fields including data science, supply chains, machine learning, biotech, risk management and more. Don’t miss .NET Conf: Focus on F#, a free, one-day livestream event. Tune into focus.dotnetconf.net on July 29, ask questions live, win a swag bag, and learn about what F# can do.

“.NET Conf: Focus” is a series of smaller, live events that we deliver to you throughout the year that are focused on specific things you can do with .NET. Of course, we will still have our big .NET Conf event on November 9 for the .NET 6 launch.

See you there!


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  • Rogier Verkaik 0

    Very promising schedule! Is it possible to rewatch the videos a day later? And where can we find them?

    • Beth MassiMicrosoft employee 0

      The sessions will be available on-demand a couple days later. Check back on the conference website for details.

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