Happy first day of F# Advent!
Lately, I’ve had a lot of questions about our microservices and how we’re using F# to build them. So, I wanted to take this opportunity to go a bit more in-depth on what they look like. […]
Our founder, Marc Lore, has said before that Jet is a technology company at its core. We’re big fans of creating a technological solution to a problem. […]
Are you ready for a full day of incredible content from the New York City tech community for only $10? Code Camp NYC will be held October 10th at the Microsoft Offices in midtown! […]
It’s not autumn in NYC without an F# conference! So we invented F# Gotham, an all-day event taking place at our own JetHangar in Hoboken. We’re gathering October 17th to hear from such experts as Phil Trelford, Andrea Magnorsky, Charles Petzold, Jon Harrop, Jack Pappas, and Riccardo Terrell. […]
At Jet, we believe in community and giving back. We first heard about the F# Community Code Sprint idea a couple years ago, when they popped up in London. […]
Last week, our Rachel Reese spoke at the Microservices NYC group, in a space at ThoughtWorks NYC about our microservice architecture — what building an event-driven microservice architecture means to us, as well as the lessons we have learned along the way. […]
Part of the Jet promise is training. We have a couple internal F# workshops that get regular rotation, as well as a few in the works to help our new engineers quickly get up to speed on our stack. […]