Elixir Mix

Elixir Mix is a weekly show focused on the Elixir programming community. Our panel discusses topics around functional programming, the Elixir ecosystem, and building real world apps with Elixir based tools and frameworks.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 54m. Bisher sind 73 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich
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EMx 073: Application Monitoring Using Telemetry With Arkadiusz Gil


Episode SummaryThis episode of Elixir Mix features Arkadiusz Gil. Arkadiusz is a software engineer at Erlang Solutions. He is also a member of the observability working group of the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation. The purpose of this working group is to nurture different areas of the community to maintain libraries, improve tooling, and create documentation. He became a member of this group because of his work on Telemetry...


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EMx 072: People-Centered Solutions with Travis Elnicky


In this week’s episode of Elixir Mix the panel interviews Travis Elnicky, software architect at Podium. Podium is Utah based company that has been using Elixir for three years. Travis explains Podium’s history and its experience adopting Elixir. When Travis started at Podium they were a small startup with, he was their 16th employee. They were using Ruby on Rails and focusing on collecting reviews for local businesses...


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   47m
 
 

EMx 071: The Problem with Dialyzer with Chris Keathley


In this week’s episode of Elixir Mix the panel interviews Chris Keathley about Norm and his recent talk at ElixirConf. Chris is currently working at Bleacher Report, working mostly on backend systems. The panel starts by complimenting his presentation skills and asking him about his dislike for dialyzer.  Chris share the many problems he has with dialyzer. Dialyzer takes a lot of time and has crappy ergonomics...


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EMx 070: Home Automation Using Radio Frequencies with Jon Carstens


In this episode of Elixir Mix the panel interviews Jon Carstens about his work with Nerves. Michael Ries gives a little background on Jon, as they have worked together and Jon helps run the remote nerves meet up that Michael attends.  Jon recently started working with Frank Hunleth at Smart Rent. Jon tells the panel what an adventure it is working at Smart Rent. The panel asks Jon about the parts of the Nerves ecosystem he has been working in...


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   38m
 
 

EMx 069: Distributed Databases with Wiebe-Marten ("Marten") Wijnja


Episode Summary In this week’s episode of Elixir Mix the panel follows up with Wiebe-Marten ("Marten") Wijnja about his talk at Elixir Conf EU, where he spoke about the distributed system his team was working on.  They start by discussing the eight fallacies of distributed computing that Marten talked about in talk. He lays out a couple of the fallacies and invites listeners to watch his talk for all eight...


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 2019-09-17  1h14m
 
 

EMx 068: Contributing to the Elixir Community with David Bernheisel & Cory Schmitt


In this week’s episode of Elixir Mix the panel is joined by Daniel Bernheisel and Cory Schmitt, from Taxjar,  to discuss the different ways developers can contribute to the community. The first way to contribute to the Elixir community is contributing to the Elixir core code. While Daniel shares a little of his background, he shares his first experience contributing to the elixir code by submitting a pole request about asdf. The panel all thanking him for his contribution...


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 2019-09-10  1h11m
 
 

EMx 067: What's New with Nerves with Frank Hunleth


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  • Mark Ericksen
  • Michael Ries
  • Josh Adams
  • Eric Oestrich
Joined by Special Guest: Frank HunlethSummaryFrank Hunleth, co-author of Nerves, shares...


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 2019-09-03  1h17m
 
 

EMx 066: Going with the Flow with John Mertens


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  • Mark Ericksen
  • Michael Ries
Joined by Special Guest: John MertensSummaryJohn Mertens, from change.org, joins the panel to discuss a recent talk he gave at ElixirConf EU...


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 2019-08-27  1h7m
 
 

EMx 065: The Life Cycle of Elixir


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  • Mark Ericksen
  • Josh Adams
  • Michael Ries
SummaryMark Ericksen introduces the topic of framework life cycles hoping to address the concerns of new Elixir developers from other frameworks...


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 2019-08-20  54m
 
 

EMx 064: Refactoring Elixir with Hubert Lepicki


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  • Mark Ericksen
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Joined by Special Guests: Hubert ŁępickiSummaryHubert Łępicki joins the panel to discuss his blog post, “Refactoring Phoenix controllers”; he starts by sharing what made him decide to write this article...


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 2019-08-13  1h1m