I have decided to learn F#. While searching for sensible starting point, I came across this great video by a guy called Derek Banas.
As I walked through the video, I wrote the code, which was my first time dabbling with F#.
Here's the code on git, along with a few of my own extra comments and occasional twists:
The video is just under 1h 30m, but well worth it. I reckon if you go through it, hit pause as necessary and actually write the code, you're probably covering the equivalent of 200-300 pages in a book! Probably one of the better F# crash courses out there.