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Why contributing to an Open Source project is a good way to learn new language and/or technology

I’ve been trying to learn F# for quite a long time now, but there was never a good way to do it. First of all, I need some way to evaluate my work. It’s really easy to learn new language, but you never know if you’re using it right. That’s even more likely to happen when not only language is new but also general idea behind that language is much different. That’s the case with my F# learning. Almost every programming language I’ve used so far can be classified as object-oriented-first language. F# is different. It’s functional-first language and because of that it’s more about learning how functional programming looks like, not how F# syntax looks like. But I think I found a way to learn F# right. And the answer is: Open Source.
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