Chris Marinos speaking at NYC F# Meetup

I’m now at that point where I’m blogging about others’ accomplishments. And I’m thrilled.

Chris Marinos SRT’s resident F# guy is giving his Getting your Func(tional) on with F# talk at the New York City F# Meetup Group tomorrow (June 16th). He’s given that talk in our office as a practice session, and it’s a great way to learn more about F#.

If that’s not enough, Don Syme, the inventor of F# is helping to promote the talk here.

I’m glad that we’ve got such a great group of software engineers, and those people are starting to get noticed on a national stage.

Created: 6/15/2011 5:48:03 PM

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