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F# is a mature, open-source functional-first language that's rapidly growing in popularity both inside and outside the .NET ecosystem. And while F# runs on the .NET framework and supports OO features, its functional nature is what's driving interest. F# leads to quicker development time and a lower total cost of ownership. Its powerful feature set allows developers to more ...more
Paperback, 576 pages
Published 2018 by Manning
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Sebastian Gebski
Disclaimer: this is the review of MEAP version - all chapters are already in place, some appendixes are missing & book clearly needs A LOT of editing. It feels visibly more "rough" & "unbaked" than majority of MEAPs at this stage.

I was never really a big fan of F#. Maybe just because it's one of very few languages I've started to use without reading a decent intro book first - I've just sit down & started scribbling one day: not really my way of doing stuff. Additionally, I'm not an advocate of
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Marcin Malinowski
I planned to only skim over this book because I consider myself seasoned F#/functional developer but it immediately grabbed my attention. I love how it teaches functional yet pragmatic thinking and shows best parts of F#. It's not easy task to write introductory book that's not boring and doesn't fall into tutorial style. I learned a few new tricks but what's more important author managed to "smuggle" very good insights about F#/functional way of doing things. Highly recommended!
Antonios Klimis
Jun 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
It's an excellent book for someone who wants to start writing programs in F# or in another functional language. It does not only teach you F# but also passes to you the thinking model, of how to write programs in functional languages. Don't expect to go deep here. It has the right content to give you a good base.
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