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Learning Visual F# 4.0 (Foundations) (Volume 2) Paperback – September 24, 2016
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About the Author
Chris Shattock started programming in 1975 - Fortran on an IBM Mainframe. Following degrees in Maths with Physics and Mathematical Biology and a period on travelling, he reverted to IBM Mainframe user support and application development in a local council and thereafter was employed by the UK IBM 370/390 Agent for a number of years. Experience grew to accommodate a wide variety of IBM Client heterogeneous client/server platforms and the development and support of their decision support systems thereon. Chris became an independent consultant in 1995 to lead the greenfield development of a multi-utility Management Information System using a Windows client and a number of heterogeneous server back-ends. Subsequently working in the US, Europe and South America on Microsoft based server and client platforms, Chris then took a career break to pursue his interests in Environmental Management and Ecology in East Africa. Currently residing in Spain as a carer he is also undertaking a part-time Masters in Environmental Sustainability.
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The high point of this volume is the very deep coverage of type providers.
I may comment further after reading both volumes cover to cover.