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Gjesteforelesninger torsdag 18. og mandag 22. oktober 2018 innen Asynchronous and Reactive programming - Senior Software Engineerer Dag Brattli, Serit IT Partner

Senior Software Engineerer Dag Brattli, Serit IT Partner, vil holde to gjesteforelesninger innen Asynchronous and Reactive programming torsdag 18. oktober 2018 kl 14:15 (Lille Aud, Realfagsbygget) og mandag 22. oktober kl 14:15 (Tabletten, Farmasibygget).


Jan Fuglesteg 16.10.2018 10:53

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Date: Thursday October 18th 2018, 14:15 - 16:00
Place: Lille Aud (B203), Realfagsbygget, Campus Tromsø
Title: "Asynchronous Programming"
Lecturer: Senior Software Engineerer Dag Brattli, Serit IT Partner

Abstract
This lecture will focus on asynchronous programming vs. synchronous programming with examples in F#.
You will learn about callbacks, continuations (CPS), promises/futures, event-loops and schedulers, We will see how all of this brings us over to the new and exciting world of async and await.

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Date: Monday October 22nd 2018, 14:15 - 16:00
Place: Farmasi F1.101 (Tabletten), Farmasibygget, Campus Tromsø
Title: "Reactive Programming"
Lecturer: Senior Software Engineerer Dag Brattli, Serit IT Partner

Abstract
This lecture will focus on reactive vs interactive programming with examples in F#. You will learn about duality, inverse enumerables and we will look into the observer pattern, functional composition and continuations as first-class objects. We will see how all of this brings us over to reactive programming with observables and async observables.

Short Bio
Dag Brattli is a Senior Software Developer at Serit IT Partner a company that only uses F# for software development. He holds a masters degree from the Department of Computer Science at the Arctic University of Tromsø. He is the author of the Reactive Extensions library for Python (RxPY), and the Reaction/Fable.Reaction libraries for F#.