The EEF participates in many events related to the BEAM Community.
A comprehensive deep dive into RabbitMQ best practices, internal components, design and implementation. This three-day online training contains lots of hands-on and lab work and is more suited for senior engineers. This advanced training will walk you through critical RabbitMQ Erlang/OTP based internals, from aspects such boot procedures to messaging operations and components which are usually hidden from general RabbitMQ users and operators, this training will stretch your understanding of RabbitMQ to the underlying designer and implementer’s perspective. You will also learn advanced operations and maintenance techniques, which will equip you to troubleshoot and fix some of the most complex production issues which may arise on any RabbitMQ installation.Learn More →
Join the community of Ohio Elixir developers and enthusiasts for our monthly event where we learn cool things and meet event cooler people.
Columbus 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 doEach 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 bringYour sense of curiosity and maybe your laptop
• Important to knowOur office doors are on a timer and may lock before you get here. If that happens please just ping us in the Slack team and we will let you in if no one is already there to do it.Learn More →
ElixirConf is just around the corner and we have FOUR speakers from our Meetup!
Andy Tran The Elixir Community and How To Get Involved
Mat Trudel bandit on the loose! Networking in Elixir demystified.
Max Veytsman Distributed Real-time Pandemic Response: Building a Non-profit on Phoenix LiveView
Tyler Pachal How To Confidently Delete Old Tests By Implementing Your First Property-Based Test
To celebrate them and help them prepare for the stage they will join us and give us a preview of their talks!
Until things are safer we keep meeting online! Come join us for an evening about Elixir and community with a special event, wherever you are!
The appointment is for Thursday Oct 7th, 6:15 pm, Zoom link is attached to this page.
We will start talks sooner than usual given that we won’t have a lot of space to mingle and a lot of ground to cover! Try to come on time if you can.
If you wanna have a chat, look for our community on the #toronto channel of the Elixir Slack https://elixir-slackin.herokuapp.com/Learn More →
In this talk, presented by AJ, we will learn how Elixir lays out structures in memory, and how it behaves when we transform data immutably. Then, we’ll use this knowledge to guide how we choose data structures for a real world app.
After the scheduled talk, we’ll open the floor for lightning talks. If you are interested in presenting on a short topic, or sharing something cool, this is your time! Feel free to ask for aux or hit me up directly and I’ll be more than happy to help get you set up :)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:
Elixir Sydney is currently teamed up with Elixir Melbourne to form Elixir Australia, your one-stop online meetup for all things Elixir in the land down under!
If not updated on the meetup page, you can find our scheduled list of speakers on our Github repo issues page, located at https://github.com/elixirsydney/elixirsydney/issues This is also the place where we’d love you to submit a talk of your own to teach us all about what you’ve been doing with Elixir! Submit an issue, and one of the organisers will get you scheduled for the next meetup.
Beginners are more than welcome to participate, and this a great chance to get started and get help from more experienced Elixir developers.Learn More →
A 5-day, instructor-led course on OTP behaviours for developers with basic knowledge of sequential and concurrent Elixir
About this event
Learn how to scale your Elixir to billions. So you’ve built and deployed a Phoenix application backed by Ecto and Postgres, and come to the conclusion that you love it! This three-days online training is perfect for you to progress to the next level and help you understand what happens behind the scenes when building applications using OTP behaviours. Learn about the battle-tested abstractions needed to build back-end, fault-tolerant systems that will run for years and scale to billions of users. We’ll have plenty of time to work on labs along the way as you hone your skills and put the theory into practice. About half of the class is either lab work or coding side-by-side with your instructor.Learn More →
This MeetUp will be streamed live online on the Func Prog Sweden YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/FuncProgSweden
The program starts at 18.
Abstract for Transferring the System Modeler code base to OCaml
System Modeler is an easy-to-use, next-generation modeling and simulation environment for cyber-physical systems. The System Modeler kernel code base was initially developed in a small language from Linköpings Universitet called MetaModelica (previously RML). The MetaModelica language had some limitations and bugs. As our code base grew, it became very hard to maintain and adding new features was a slow and inefficient process. For that reason we decided to port hundreds of thousands of lines of code to a different language. In this talk Leonardo Laguna will present why we decided to move to OCaml, how we did it, and what we have learnt from that.
Abstract for Erlang Oddities
For a long time, I’ve been collecting several curious, weird and sometimes funny Erlang bits. I like to share them with you so we can all laugh but also learn from them.Learn More →
Join the only North American conference to cover all of the BEAM languages, including Erlang and Elixir.
This year the in-person event has been moved to November and will take place in a new location - 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 SF is dedicated to bringing the best minds in the Erlang and Elixir communities together to SHARE. LEARN. INSPIRE. over two days.Learn More →