The University of Pisa will be hosting a one-day workshop entitled F# for Education and Innovation on Tuesday 28th June 2012.  Please join us there!

The workshop is preceded by an optional Introduction to F#  Tutorial, run by Antonio Cisternino at the University of Pisa, on 27th June  2012.
 
Topics at the workshop will include Strongly-Typed Programming for the Information-Rich World, Why F# for Finance, F# for Computer Science Education, F# for Science and Engineering, Parallel Programming with F#, and Research Experiments with F#.  
 
Hope to see you there!
 
Don

Workshop aims

The F# in Education and Innovation one-day workshop will be held at the University of Pisa on Thursday 28th June 2012. The workshop provides a forum for attendees to learn and explore the use of F# 3.0 for education, research and in industry.

Topics include:

  • F# for computer science, science and engineering education;
  • F# in financial computing;
  • Latest developments in F# 3.0 for information-rich programming, delivered through Visual Studio 11 and Try F# 3.0.

The workshop will conclude with a panel session discussing F# adoption in academia and industry.

Register here for this free workshop

Introduction to F# Tutorial

The workshop is preceded by an optional Introduction to F# Tutorial, run by Antonio Cisternino at the University of Pisa, on 27th June 2012.

Register here for this free tutorial

About F# - www.fsharp.net

F# is a succinct, expressive and efficient functional and object-oriented language for .NET which helps you write simple code to solve complex problems. F# is simple, type safe, and efficient functional programming language with special expressiveness in parallel programming, scripting, and algorithmic development. F# combines the sdvantages of typed functional programming with a high-quality, well-supported
modern runtime system and the .NET library and tools base.