Neil Danson is an active professional developer and passionate F# advocate since 2010. He has over 10 years of experience in using the .NET framework, working on varied projects that range from military software and huge-scale international news websites to high-performance trading platforms. When Neil is not working, he can usually be found writing games, compilers, raytracers, and anything else that pops into his head. He can be found occasionally blogging at https://neildanson.wordpress.com.
Max Malook is a software developer with a passion for code quality. He has many years of experience in different programming languages. He recently fell in love with functional programming, especially F#. In his spare time, Max maintains an open source project, FeatureSwitcher, a .NET library for simple feature toggle integration. He also supports other projects such as Humanizer, F# language, FAKE, and Paket.
Max offers consulting and training on software architecture, code quality and review, functional programming, and other topics; feel free to get in touch with him at http://malook.de.
Karlkim Suwanmongkol is a correctness engineer at Tachyus, a company that creates technology to optimize energy production for the oil and gas industry. Here, he focuses on software quality and testing using F#. Some time ago, Karlkim developed software for multiple industries, including hospital, defense, university, and gaming. He also contributes to several F# open source projects on GitHub and blogs about new things he learns at http://karlk.im/. You can find him on Twitter at