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Learn how to get started with functional-first programming in F#. This interactive hands-on tutorial will explain how to think functionally about problems and how to solve complex programming problems easily using F#. We’ll start by looking at basic F# programming and then gradually move to advanced features – how to use F# for numerical computing and how to process data using F# 3.0 type providers. This tutorial should give you an idea how to use F# in your research and other projects.
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