The Book of F#, Now Available

About a week ago two boxes arrived on my doorstep. Contained within were 20 copies of the Book of F#. Within a few days, I started seeing reports of additional people receiving their copies. At this point, I think it’s safe to announce that The Book of F# is finally available in both print and electronic forms!

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To celebrate its release, I’ll be giving away a few copies at each of the following events over the next several weeks. Be sure to check each event’s site for up-to-date logistics and registration information if you’d like to attend.

19 March
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Indy Software Artisans
20 March
Carmel, Indiana

GR DevDay
22 March
Grand Rapids, Michigan

Nebraska Code Camp
28 March & 29 March
Lincoln, Nebraska

Indianapolis Mobile .NET Developers
Date To Be Announced
Fishers, IN

Of course, if you can’t attend any of these, don’t want to wait, or take your chances on getting a free copy, you can purchase the book from No Starch Press, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or O’Reilly. You can even find it on Safari Books Online.

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About Dave Fancher

Dave Fancher is a Software Engineer at Performance Assessment Network in Carmel, Indiana, a Microsoft MVP for Visual F#, and author of The Book of F# from No Starch Press. He has been building software with the .NET Framework since version 1.1. Dave is active within the Indiana software development community as a member of IndySA, a speaker at user groups throughout the state, and a two-time contributor to Indy GiveCamp. When not writing code he enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies, photography, and gaming on on his Xbox One.

Posted on March 17, 2014, in Software Development. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.


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