Alexander Granin
Alexander Granin
I am a book author, international speaker, researcher, software architect, and seasoned software engineer. I am a recognized figure within the Haskell community, renowned for pioneering ideas in the world of functional programming. I have authored two books: "Functional Design and Architecture" (in two editions) and am currently working on my third book, "Pragmatic Type-Level Design." Additionally, I have created my own development methodology known as Functional Declarative Design, serving as a counterpart to Object-Oriented Design. With over 14 years of experience across various programming stacks, including C++, Haskell, C#, and Python, I have traversed the full spectrum of roles, progressing from a regular developer to a software architect and team lead. I have previously served as a member of program committees for C++ conferences, including C++ Siberia and C++ Russia. I was working with the speakers all around the world to help them prepare their talks and to make their participation in the conferences smooth and joyful. As a seasoned speaker, I have delivered more than 20 talks at both local and international conferences, including a keynote presentation on functional C++. My personal mission revolves around providing practical insights into constructing industrial-grade applications using concepts from functional programming.
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