Welcome to fsharpConf 2018!

Join us online on April 16th 2018 for the live streaming of the second year of fsharpConf, a free virtual event featuring world-class F# experts across the globe. You will see F# in action on a wide range of practical applications.

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Agenda coming soon!

This one-day event will feature more than 8 hours of talks covering:

  • Getting started with F# and integrating it with a larger .NET ecosystem
  • Developing cloud applications with containers and serverless
  • Targetting the JavaScript eco-system for client-side and mobile development
  • Real-world experience building systems and teams with F#

We're working on finalizing the agenda and we'll share it soon. Do you have a talk idea or a topic suggestion? Tweet us at @fsharpconf, use the #fsharpconf hash tag or contact any of the organizers.

About F# and fsharpConf

F# is an open-source, cross-platform, functional first programming language. F# makes it easy to solve complex problems with simple code. It integrates smoothly with existing .NET code bases. And... it makes coding fun again!

F# has an active open-source community building on a wide range of tools for web programming, data analytics, testing, cloud computing and much more. At fsharpConf, we want to bring some of the community together in a single-day online event!

The fsharpConf conference is organized by the F# community. The event is the second edition, following a successful fsharpConf in 2016. It was originally inspired by dotNetConf and we are excited to be collaborating with the Channel 9 team to continue this great tradition!

Recordings from fsharpConf 2016

Can't wait for this awesome new content? Check out the great talks that we recorded two years ago at fsharpConf 2016 covering Docker, types and tests, the geometry of Abu Dhabi Louvre and much more!

The fsharpConf team

Do you have any suggestions, feedback or a talk idea? Please let us know! Tweet us at @fsharpconf, use the #fsharpconf hash tag or drop us an email.

Thanks to Seth, Golnaz and David for making fsharpConf 2016 happen and to the dotNetConf team for an inspiration. Thank you to everyone in the F# community who said nice things about the first edition of fsharpConf and motivated us to do it again!