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fsharp.org Jul 1
Our annual Board election is underway! 2020 being what it is, there are probably bigger things on your mind that the FSSF at the moment. However, we need your help to find a diverse Board to represent the F# Community! Nominations are open until July 15:
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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Again, Black Lives Matter. 12/12
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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We are asking all of our members, and the F# community at large, to stand with us. Please join us and stand in solidarity with the fight against systemic racism. 11/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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The F# Software Foundation denounces all forms of systemic racism, white supremacy, lack of inclusion, and oppression of the Black community. 10/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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In addition to continuing our partnership with Outreachy, we are immediately donating $5,000 to Black Girls Code to support their mission of increasing the number of women of color in the digital space. 9/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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And while we do that work, we want to support the great work of other organizations already addressing this lack of diversity and inclusion within our industry. 8/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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The F# Software Foundation pledges to continue to work on improving diversity within its community. 7/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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However, the F# Software Foundation recognizes that there is significantly more work to do to create a truly diverse and inclusive community. Systemic racism, especially against Black people, exists throughout the technical community, and the F# community is not an exception. 6/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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From the Diversity Statement, our partnership with Outreachy, to the Community Diversity program, and every action taken in other programs and activities, the F# Software Foundation holds these values close, and continually works towards our mission. 5/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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From its inception, the Foundation has striven to increase diversity within its membership, and constantly reached towards providing safe, inclusive community spaces. 4/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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Protestors are righteously demanding an end to the culture of white supremacy and police brutality. We salute those of you continuing to demand racial justice and equality with your voices, your actions, and your donations. 3/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
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The F# Software Foundation is horrified by George Floyd's murder. Our mission statement guides us to grow a diverse community. Demanding social justice and racial equity for Black people is directly in line with our mission. 2/
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fsharp.org Jun 4
Black Lives Matter. 1/
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fsharp.org Feb 25
Chapel Hill, Tue Mar 3, 18:30: meetup "First Tuesday F# meeting"
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fsharp.org Feb 18
Prague, Tue Feb 25, 18:00: meetup "Josef Starýchfojtů: Advanced FP in F# (Workshop)"
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fsharp.org Feb 4
London, Thu Feb 13, 18:30: F# meetup "Wrapping the AWS DynamoDB client with F#"
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fsharp.org Jan 30
We had our first internship last year, and we couldn't be happier with the result! Thank you Nikita for the great work on F# AutoComplete:
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fsharp.org Jan 30
San Francisco, Wed Feb 5, 18:30: meetup "F# Hands-On: Machine Learning / Clustering"
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fsharp.org Jan 28
Paris, Thu Feb 6, 19:00: F# meetup "SAFE Stack - The Pit of Success for Functional Web Programming"
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