On the 1st January we interviewed Ádám Gránicz, the owner of the software development company Intellifactory in relation to his cooperative dual training subject.

In the early 2000s, Ádám Gránicz became acquainted with the basics of the F # functional programming language during his university studies in California. He told us that the official use of this hybrid programming language began in 2002-2003. It can take advantage of both paradigms, so both objective and functional guidelines can be applied to it. Much less programming needs to be implemented, that makes programmers’ work a way easier.

He founded his company in 2003 and he is using his expertise in this field ever since. Software and web interface development are considered their main activity.



He has been teaching this cooperative dual training subject at the University of Dunaújváros since 2013. He says that it is an absolutely successful course and offers a great opportunity for students to learn about this special programming language. From the beginnings the main purpose was the development of a long-term strategic cooperation, which has enabled F # to be introduced for more than 150 students over the years.


Students have the opportunity to take part in a summer internship job in addition to the open internship program. Since its foundation, the company has presented its internship program in 14 countries. They are looking forward to the application of entrant programmers.