F# Mentorship program
Many of us have been lucky to have mentors in our careers who have helped us become better programmers (and people).
We think that mentorship is a powerful way to help you learn and be inspired, especially in a new paradigm such as functional programming. So we here at the F# Software Foundation (FSSF) would like to help make to mentorship possible for those in the F# community who would benefit from it.
Read more about the program here.
Who is it for? How does it work? How much does it cost?
This program will be useful for developers at all levels, with or without F# experience.
The program is free-of-charge (the mentors are volunteering their time to benefit the F# community), but you must be a member of the FSSF to participate in the program. Membership is free - see http://foundation.fsharp.org/membership
More details here.
How do I participate?
If you want to be mentored, please register here. If you would like to be a mentor, please contact us (see below).
What is the current status of the program?
- The first round of the program is full, and we are closed to new applicants for the time being.
- We have selected 10 lucky people from the first round of registrants. Unfortunately, the other registrants will have to wait until the next round. :(
- If you were a successful registrant, you should have been contacted and paired with a mentor already.
- If you were a unsuccessful registrant, you will be contacted shortly to let you know that you were unlucky.
If you think you should have heard from us, but haven’t, please do get in touch via email (education(at)fsharp.org) or twitter (@fsharpedu).
Thanks to everyone who registered and who is helping to move the program forward.
The F# Software Foundation