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Topic: The functional language, optimal for learning

Colleagues, hello.
Heard recently that there was a trend of migration of functions from the functional languages in classical OOP.
Therefore two questions,
1) What language (F#?) recommend for learning, according to an infrastructure to receive, well, for example, a site an e-commerce shop.
2) As the functional languages interact from a DB, what DBMS recommend to cross to language from the answer to item 1
Yours faithfully,
Igor.

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Re: The functional language, optimal for learning

Vasja is finite;
F# + websharper.com:-Q

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Re: The functional language, optimal for learning

Vasja is finite;
As F# it is development of Microsoft that probably is best flew down technologies to take from Microsoft.
F#.Net + MS-SQL . In this case the developer can lift all environment on the notebook
And it should not lift  for left dbms and the environments which for various reasons (digit capacity
Or versions) do not fly on a current surrounding.
[spoiler Off] At you in a profile is written - Control of pools of projects . And you set questions
There is enough. . Initial level. Can be occupied you not by the operation? Guarantee this research
To developers. Start up THEY do the operation. [/spoiler]

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Re: The functional language, optimal for learning

mayton wrote:

Vasja is finite;
As F# it is development of Microsoft that probably is best flew down technologies to take from Microsoft.
F#.Net + MS-SQL . In this case the developer can lift all environment on the notebook
And it should not lift  for left dbms and the environments which for various reasons (digit capacity
Or versions) do not fly on a current surrounding.
[spoiler Off] At you in a profile is written - Control of pools of projects . And you set questions
There is enough. . Initial level. Can be occupied you not by the operation? Guarantee this research
To developers. Start up THEY do the operation. [/spoiler]

[spoiler Off] I on vacation, recall youth [/spoiler]