The EEF participates in many events related to the BEAM Community.
Come join us as we continue to Learn and build with Elixir, Erlang, OTP and The Phoenix Framework.Learn More →
Call for Speakers About Us
Ohio Elixir is a free and open to the public user group that concentrates on the Elixir programming language and the Phoenix web framework. All levels of experience are welcome!
• What we’ll do: Each month we host talks on the Elixir language and the Phoenix framework. Food and soft drinks are provided. Usually, we hang out afterward to continue networking.All are welcome!
• What to bring: Your sense of curiosity and maybe your laptop
• Important to know: Our event is 100% online and the meeting details get sent to all that RSVP. You should receive an email 2 hours before the event and another about 10 minutes before the event. Both of these emails will have the details.
Our URL is: https://www.ohioelixir.com/Learn More →
Details Meetup schedule: 6:00 - 7:00 – Main Discussion 7:00 - 7:30 – Erlang/Elixir show and tell:
• Bring your project, show everyone what you’ve been up to • Stuck on a problem, show the group • Or just come out and share your experiences
7:30 - 8:00 – Socializing
Hope you can make it out!Learn More →
Roundtable discussion followed by brief Q&A. Please leave a comment if you would like to talk (or ask) about a specific topic.Learn More →
This meetup centers around the Elixir programming language and is for anyone interested in discussing Elixir and related topics. It takes a broad approach, welcoming discussion and talks on Elixir, Erlang, Phoenix Framework, as well as other community packages and projects.
Please let us know if you have an interest in presenting.
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Szymon Soppa PERFECTING LOCAL AND REMOTE ELIXIR CI PIPELINE Szymon is an experienced developer and CEO at Curiosum. He led multiple outsourcing projects in different industries and founded an event discovery startup with tens of thousands of downloads on app stores.
About the presentation: The cost of developer time is expensive, you don’t want to waste it! One of our goals in day-to-day development is to optimize things, and that’s exactly what we should do to our CIs to reduce badly spent developer time and engage him in something more productive.
In this talk, I’ll guide you through some steps we implemented in CI at Curiosum, as well as propose a local CI setup that can be shared across your team. In short: check as much as possible in an automated way, and do not waste time on things you don’t have to in Code Review and daily development.Learn More →
Just because we are sheltering in place, doesn’t mean you can’t spend time with other Alchemists!
Project Night is a free-form event where you can meet, socialize, and collaborate on projects with other members! Alchemists of all levels are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Have you worked on something interesting that you want to show off? Have a problem you’ve been stumped with? Bring them to the group!
We are also open to suggestions for other formats and are exploring ideas like:
Open source code reading - read popular open source project and learn how they work Mob programming - work on some code together; this can be for an open-source project or something you’re working onLearn More →
Time to hang out, chat about Nerves, discuss projects you’re working on, and get help.
Would you like to give a presentation at this event? Contact Alex with your topic to get on the schedule!
Download the Zoom client or browser extension before the event at: https://zoom.us/download
The Nerves Project defines a new way to build embedded systems using Elixir.Learn More →
Lambda Days is a place where academia meets industry, where research and practical application collide. Due to the ongoing risks of the pandemic, we’ve made the decision to move the conference from February to 28-29 July 2022.
Find out what is possible with functional programming - explore the latest in battle-tested Scala, Erlang and Haskell, experience the energy F# and Elixir bring to the table, connect with the innovators working with Elm, Luna and Ocaml, see what comes up next!
We continue the collaboration with Trends in Functional Programming (TFP) and Trends in Functional Programming in Education (TFPiE), which take place virtually in March 2022. These speakers will also have the opportunity to present their works on the Lambda Days stage in July.
To make sure everyone felt safe and comfortable, two Lambda Days tracks will be run a HYBRID tracks, combining both an in-person and virtual experience.Learn More →
The 4th edition of RabbitMQ Summit is taking place as a hybrid event, both in-person (CodeNode venue) and virtual, on 16th September 2022 and brings together some of the world’s biggest companies, using RabbitMQ, all in one place.
RabbitMQ continues to be the most widely deployed open source message broker, used by over 35,000 companies worldwide. It is the de facto standard for cloud messaging and the leading implementer of Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP), as well as supporting a host of other protocols, including MQTT and STOMP.Learn More →
The major North American event for Erlang and Elixir users is coming back from virtual to in-person world! But, to make sure everyone feels safe and comfortable, we’re going to run a HYBRID event, combining both an in-person and virtual conference.
New format - new location! The event is taking place at Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA (30 minutes drive from SFO Airport, 15 minutes drive from SJC Airport).
Created for developers, by developers, Code BEAM America is dedicated to bringing the best minds in the Erlang and Elixir communities together to SHARE. LEARN. INSPIRE. over two days.
Learn from 50+ cutting-edge talks and our in-depth training program, how BEAM languages are revolutionising areas like IoT, Blockchain, Fintech, Security, Machine Learning and more!Learn More →