I have been asked a few times "how I got started with F#?" as more than a few people have found it difficult. I myself had a few false starts with it. It looked weird, I didn't know where or how to start, it was too different to OO with C style languages, and the tooling just was not as slick. I honestly think a better question is "Why did I start using F#?"
A South African living in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Software development, clean code, functional programming, Domain-Driven Design, TDD, other acronyms. Basically I just like learning new things and want to get better at what I love doing. Occassionally I write about what I learn here.