Adam Granicz (adam.granicz)

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Adam is an F# MVP, and the co-author of four F# books, including Expert F# 3.0, the most comprehensive guide to the F# language, co-authored with Don Syme, the designer of the language. He is a long-standing member in the F# community with over eight years of experience in applying F# commercially and has led his software consultancy IntelliFactory to develop WebSharper, bringing unparalleled productivity to web development with F#. He is an active F# evangelist, a regular author in online F# media, and speaker at development conferences and industry partners. Adam serves on the steering committee of the Commercial Users of Functional Programming (CUFP) Workshop, where he represents the F# segment. He holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from the California Institute of Technology.

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IntelliFactory (Budapest)
2004 - Present

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California Institute of Technology
2000 - 2003

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on 12/9/2018 10:00 PM
A brief outline of the historical circumstances around WebSharper (just some notes in no particular order) that **position it for a bright future outlook**, and a quick glimple of what we are working on with it to advance the current state of F# web progr[...]
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on 4/9/2018 1:37 PM
In this tutorial, you will learn about using WebSharper UI to implement a simple Model-View-Update (MVU) application pattern, similar to the Elm architecture. In subsequent tutorials, you will learn about enhancing this pattern to a full-scale application[...]
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on 3/27/2018 11:57 AM
Congratulations on taking the first step to learn WebSharper! We have carefully put together this hands-on tutorial with the aim to help you get started with WebSharper and on your way to learn functional, reactive web development, putting you on a fast t[...]
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on 12/29/2017 10:21 AM
Consider a very typical scenario: you have a web application that serves an SPA. The SPA itself has several "pages," each with its own client-side routed URLs (think of Gmail, for instance.) Then people copy some of these URLs from their "session" and sen[...]
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on 12/31/2016 3:15 PM
One of the most fundamental design considerations any developer must deal with is handling change. In this article, we are primarily concerned with client-side state and changes to it. Change can be brought about by various external factors (user input su[...]
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