A big thanks to the folks who made it to our November meetup! If you couldn’t make it in person, you can find recordings of most of our events on our Youtube channel, youtube.com/indyelixirorg.
And thank you as always to our sponsors who made tonight possible. For the first time, all our attendees had already won books, so no raffle this time, but remember you can always use our group’s discount code—
ug367—on manning.com for 36% off their books on Elixir and other topics.
Kicking off our open-mic night, Steve Grossi walked through a recent upgrade from Phoenix 1.3 to the just-released 1.4 with support for HTTP2, webpack, and more. He also walked through formatting code with Elixir 1.6’s
mix format task and some of its preferences:
- stevegrossi/habits - Upgrade to Phoenix 1.4 🎉
- stevegrossi/habits - Run the Elixir formatter on the codebase
After some discussion, we wrapped up the evening collaborating on an Exercism.io exercise: calculating the Nth prime number in the series. Check out our solution below: there’s room for improvement in both performance and elegance, so feedback welcome!
And if you just can’t wait until January to hang out and talk tech, you can still sign up for the IndyHackers Holiday Social on December 1: get your (free!) ticket here.