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In this episode of the Elixir Wizards Podcast, the wizards are joined by José Valim, creator of Elixir, to discuss upcoming features, the...
Grimsby is an Erlang Port Controller written in Rust where an executable can be spawned, closing stdin if and when necessary, while captu...
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In episode 103 of Thinking Elixir, James Arthur shares his project Vaxine.io, an Elixir layer built on top of a CRDT based distributed Er...
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Hauleth (Łukasz Jan Niemier) takes us deeper into the Elixir and Erlang loggers. He recently closed a 3.5 year old bug on the ElixirLang ...
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Erlang is famous for its introspecting powers. You can get a lot of information about the processes running in your nodes without any ext...
Just finished doing a clean install of macOS (which I highly recommend btw!) and have updated my macOS Ruby & Elixir/Erlang dev env s...
This article was written by @rvirding …over a decade ago! Posting here in case anyone else finds it of interest and adding it to our Erla...
Todos coñecemos os focos de Erlang/Elixir máis renomeados do mundo, como a Suecia, o Brasil, a California ou Londres. Mais a comunidade, ...
A long time ago, I wrote an article about The Asymmetry of ++, thanks to Fede Bergero’s findings. Let’s add a few more asymmetries to th...
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Our blog has had a long standing interest in novel uses of the BEAM, or Erlang virtual machine, as shown by the many articles we have pub...
Greetings from Membrane Framework team! Check out our case study based on our latest projects at Software Mansion. https://blog.swmansi...
Just listening to this now… Totally agree with @FrancescoC’s and @thompson_si’s comment “learn to learn” :sunglasses: In our talk we’...
Chasing a Performance Regression with Erlang/OTP 22 - NextRoll. Updating the underlying systems that our service depends on (including o...
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