Awesomeness Squared: Ultra-Efficient Functional Web Development in F# using WebSharper
So you have heard about functional programming but never actually used it for something purely awesome? Now is your chance to learn about functional web development, and see how you can beat your fellow programmers to even the strictest deadlines and produce more awesome, more concise, and more maintainable web applications that really shine and work like a charm even the first time.
Adam Granicz (IntelliFactory)
Adam is a 4x F# MVP and book author, key F# community member and evangelist, and a regular speaker at developer conferences and workshops.
Next to heading IntelliFactory, the F# company specialising in functional web and cloud applications and developer tools, he serves on the steering committee of the Commercial Users of Functional Programming (CUFP) workshop where he promotes the use of functional programming in industry.
You can follow him on Twitter @granicz, or find him on FPish, the largest online functional programming community.
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