My Pluralsight F# Introduction class is available

I almost (well, actually – for a while) forgot to blog about this, but was prompted by the Pluralsight newsletter that came out yesterday. So here goes: my Pluralsight class Introduction to F# is available now! Please follow the link below to check it out, and of course feel free to get back to me with any feedback you have!

Introduction to F# @ Pluralsight

3 Comments on My Pluralsight F# Introduction class is available

  1. Dave Warner // April 17, 2012 at 4:26 pm // Reply

    Excellent course, Mr. Sturm. I trust you are feverishly working on a second!

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  2. Patrik Lindström // April 24, 2012 at 7:33 pm // Reply

    I have just started your F# course on Pluralsight. I liked that it did not only focus on the language but also showed how you work with it in Visual Studio and how you build different sort of applications: WPF, MVC etc. I have convinced my 17 yrs old son to also take the course. I told him that this is the future, forget about imperative and oop, trust your father. I would like to see a course that focused on F# and its benefits in parallel programming. Maybe something about F# and gpgpu.

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  3. Oliver Sturm // April 27, 2012 at 4:26 pm // Reply

    Dave – thank you! Will see about second course… 🙂

    Patrik – brave statement there regarding imperative and oop 🙂 The point about parallel is a good one and certainly worth considering for a course.

    Thanks for the feedback!

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