I have a few speaking engagements coming up that I wanted to let you know about. First, I’ll be visiting Cincinnati, Ohio on July 28 for CINNUG. Then, on August 20 I’ll be making the quick trip down to Louisville, Kentucky for the Louisville .NET Meetup Group.
For both of these events I’ll be speaking about Functional .NET. In this talk we’ll explore some of the ways that we can utilize higher-order static methods and extension methods to enable the rough equivalent of some functional patterns in C#. As a bonus, I’ll also be giving away a copy of my book, The Book of F# at each of these events!
If you’re in the Cincinnati or Louisville areas and interested in learning how applying functional techniques in C# can improve your overall code quality, be sure to join us! As always, check the respective group pages for up-to-date logistics. I hope to see you there!
It’s hard to believe that KCDC is next week in Kansas City, MO! I’m excited to be giving two talks.
On Thursday you can see F# Type Providers in Action which is an abridged version of my new Pluralsight course, Building F# Type Providers. On Friday I’ll break from the technical conference norm with a lighthearted look at some of my experiences from my trip into the book publishing world while I wrote The Book of F#.
Please check the schedule for updated rooms and times.
As a bonus, I hope to have a few copies of The Book of F# to give away during my sessions! I’ll be giving away a copy of The Book of F# during each of my sessions! I hope to see you there!
We’re on a roll! The third consecutive Indy F# Meetup is on Tuesday, January 20th at 7:00 PM. As always, we’ll be meeting at Launch Fishers. Check out the meetup page to register and for logistics information.
When we started the group we decided to alternate the format between dojos and lectures. Since last month was a type provider lecture this month will mark a return to the dojo format. We thought it would be fun to change pace and hone our recursion skills a bit by working through the community-driven fractal forest dojo. I haven’t worked through this one yet myself but I’ve seen lots of beautiful images tweeted by people who have so it should be a great time and experience. I hope you’ll join us!
Please visit the NUFW site for logistics and registration details.
I’m excited to have been selected to speak at Iowa Code Camp on July 19th. The organizers have put together what should be a great event with some really strong speakers.
I’ll be speaking about – you guessed it – F#! This is my introductory talk, Breaking Free with Managed Functional Programming, so if you’re in the area and want to learn my F# is getting so much attention, be sure to stop in.
On June 3, I presented Break Free with Managed Functional Programming: an Introduction to F# at the Indianapolis Mobile .NET Developers group. Brad Pillow was kind enough to record the entire presentation and post it to YouTube. The slides are a bit hard read in the video but I’ve posted them to SlideShare (and embedded them below the video) so you can follow along.
To celebrate the release of my new book, The Book of F#, I’ll be back in Fort Wayne, IN to talk to NUFW on March 19. Instead of the usual technical talk, this will be an open-ended discussion of my experiences writing a technical book but I’m sure that F# will find its way into the conversation at least a few times.
If you’re in the Fort Wayne area and would like to join us, we’ll be meeting at the Cole Foundation Conference and Training Center (3213 Stellhorn Rd) at 6:00 PM. I’ll be giving out a few copies of the book as door prizes so you won’t want to miss this!
On August 21st I’ll once again venture out of my cave for a trip to Fort Wayne, Indiana where I’ll spread more F# love with my friends at NUFW.
If you’re in the Fort Wayne area and want to learn about how F# and functional programming principles can improve your software, please join us. The doors open at 6:00 for networking and the main event begins at 6:30. Be sure to check NUFW ‘s events page for the latest logistics information.
I know I’ve been quiet for a few months but don’t worry, I haven’t disappeared. Instead I’ve been hard at work on an upcoming F# book! The book has consumed most of my time but not being one to pass up a chance to talk about my obsession I’m making the trip down to Bloomington, IN at the end of the month to talk to the Bloomington .NET Society.