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From the docs:

Freya is a bit different. If you’re used to MVC-style frameworks – ASP.NET MVC, Rails, those kinds of things – it’ll probably feel a bit peculiar to start with. But with that peculiarity comes the ability to work more accurately with HTTP, and to find the right level of abstraction for the problem you’re trying to solve (or so we hope).
With Freya, you can work in a very simple way – just reading data from requests and writing data to responses. You can take a step up the abstraction ladder and start to read and write data in a strongly typed way, adding some compile-time safety to your interactions with HTTP.
You can take it further, working with a state-machine style approach to handling HTTP requests – no longer explicitly handling a request, but simply answering questions. Does this resource exist? Can the client handle the representations I can send? Does the client have an older version than I do? Ok - let’s send the data. Hooray, 200 OK!
You can combine the tools that Freya provides and create your own abstractions too. Create reusable functions that you can apply to provide fine grained security, new standards support, or anything else you like. Freya aims to be a great toolbox as well as a great tool.

About Andrew:

Andrew is a developer as Xyncro (xyncro.com). He's been working with .NET since 1.0 but always wanted to be able to use the fun bits from Haskell, Erlang, etc. commercially. F# brought the fun back to .NET and he now works helping people apply functional practices to build better software. Recently he's been working on a stack to make F# feel like a warm and fuzzy way of writing software for the web.

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Announcement: My book, Testing with F#, has been published. Available on PACKTpub soon on Amazon. #fsharp

http://blog.mikaellundin.name/2015/02/21/testing-with-fsharp.html

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"This talk is brought to you by the Option type, the Option type says 'Just say NO to NullPointerExceptions!' " by +Jessica Kerr

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How to create a Dependency Injection-friendly software framework.
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