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Tomas Petricek's homepage. Latest writings from my blog. Functional programming & Trainings. Academia & research. Learn F# at TechMesh and SkillsMetter. More Recent Articles. Photography. Spotlight topics. About the blog. Blog archive. Alma mater. I’m a frequent speaker at F# and .NET events, author of numerous C# and F# articles and a StackOverflow addict . I have been Microsoft C# MVP since 2004 and I used F# since early Microsoft Research versions.

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