Thanks to everyone who joined us for our third in-person meetup. Thanks again to David Jones for recording the talks: find recordings below and on our Youtube channel, youtube.com/indyelixirorg.
A big thanks to our sponsors:
- Expected Behavior for the pizza and drinks
- Lessonly for providing the space
- Manning Publications, who let us give away copies of their two excellent Elixir books. Congrats to Ben and Waseem who won copies of Elixir in Action and The Little Elixir & OTP Guidebook, respectively. If you’d like your own copy of either (or any book from Manning’s large collection), they’ve kindly given us a 36% off discount code:
Steve Grossi gave an introduction to GenStage, a new Elixir behavior for building data pipelines and the power behind
Flow, a concurrent successor to
Stream coming soon. Links:
John Daily gave a fantastic talk “Erlang, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let Things Fail”, explaining the historical and theoretical foundations of Erlang and the BEAM. Links:
You can also see John give this talk at Midwest.io in 2014.