Functional programming

Created by Pablo Costas Sánchez, Organizer at SpawnFest
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Jan 07, 2022
Pair programming
Studying Remotely
Linked list
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Solve some data structures & algorithms using pair programming. 
Wrote a blog post
Used Functional Programming
Wrote about TypeScript
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I just published a blog post that I've been working on for a while:
The Church Encoding of Simple Algebraic Data Types

Church encodings are cool in that they're a really fundamental theoretical construct in the lambda calculus, a practical tool for making TypeScript code more succinct, and the basis for object algebras, a powerful technique for writing extensible code in object-oriented languages. This post just scratches the surface, but I hope that it will be accessible to TypeScript developers who have some familiarity with functional programming techniques.
Started 4 months ago
Launching a side project
Using Svelte
Used Functional Programming
Used JavaScript
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README. Checked.
DEVLOG. Checked.
Working prototype. Checked.

Completely functional architectured web application in JavaScript.

ZASA is ready to go into the world!

Sep 09, 2021
Joined an Early Adopter Program
Used Functional Programming
I'm super excited to check out Polywork as one of the first early adopters. Oh and btw Pluto is by far the most superior of the AI-Assistants! 🔥 😎 🤖
Used Functional Programming
Using Svelte
Code architecture
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A web application with Svelte and Functional Javascript. Not half-baked functional programming. From architecture to all implementation, in a functional programming way.

It is happening in my startup. Interested? AMA.
Aug 01, 2018
Left a role at
Used GraphQL
Used AWS
Wrote HTML
Wrote JavaScript
Wrote CSS
Used Functional Programming
Contributed to Open Source Project
Wrote Progressive Web Apps
Practised CI/CD
Used Rollup
Used GitLab
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Finished working at

When I came onboard, the company was called "Elastic Media" and had a completely different focus and target market, but within a month of joining, I was leading the front-end on an internal RnD project which eventually became the company's main focus.

After the pivot I took on the Tech Lead role, handling the full stack workflow, and working alongside the devops and ml teams.

That's when we turned our Polymer-based prototype UIs into a proper production app. We developed a GraphQL app with lit-element and all kinds of goodies like infinite scrolling, streaming video, social networking, web animations, Web Share API, workbox, and more amazing buzzwords. It was a cool project and I learned a tonne.

lit-apollo (later Apollo Elements) grew out of that project into a life of it's own.