Friday, June 12, 2009 3:22 PM
Code Camp Hartford 2 Presentation – F# for Testing and Analytics (June 13th)
I will be speaking at tomorrow’s Code Camp Hartford 2 on the topic of using F# for the Testing and Analysis of existing code. This talk will be composed of much of the same material I used at Code Camp Waltham 11, although I will be preparing additional introductory material as many of my Waltham attendees had no prior exposure to F#.
I hope the audience will find this new introduction short and sweet. In this case my goal will not be to teach F# per se, instead I would like to impress upon the audience the power of using functional programming constructs.
F# for Testing and Analytics will be held in Room E-Echo at 10:30am.
As I often like to make changes up to the last minute, this post will be updated with my slides after the presentation. Slides are now available here.
- Talk Introduction
- F# Introduction
- Why F#?
- Some Quick and Elegant Examples contrasted with C#
- F# Testing Toolbox
For more information, see my post on the Code Camp Waltham 11 Presentation. I wrote quite extensively in that post on most of the things I will be discussing in this talk.