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Thinking Elixir Podcast
The Thinking Elixir podcast is a weekly show where we talk about the Elixir programming language and the community around it. We cover news and interview guests to learn more about projects and developments in the community.
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5.0 stars from 12 ratings
Thinking About Thinking Elixir
This may be the best podcast about Elixir. The episodes are released at a regular cadence, the audio and conversion quality is great, and the topics don’t feel repetitive. The weekly news summaries are super handy. And, the intro music can’t be beat. 😁
thehamberdler via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/19/21
This podcast is really great! Starting with the news was a game changer for me. I don’t have much time to follow what’s happening in the community and I guess this is the only podcast that starts with the news. This is awesome! You save me so much time while also solving my FOMO problem! The...Read full review »
vrcca via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 02/20/21
My Favourite Elixir Podcast
I love the format of this. Brief news followed by the main interview. Great guests and thoughtful interviews.
Ken Amazing via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/20/21
Recent Episodes
We talk with Ilya Averyanov about how the SOLID principles, typically associated with OOP, can apply to Elixir. We talk about Ilya's blog post where he applied these principles to his Github project and how that helped in PR discussions. We also talk about testing, architecture, and...
Published 06/22/21
We take a deeper dive with Nathan Long into IOLists in Elixir. We cover what they are, how they work, the power they have when concatenating strings, and how they are used in Phoenix and Logger. We even talk about improper lists and why they exist. And no, it isn’t a bug. We then talk about...
Published 06/15/21
We talk with Alex Loukissas about using Phoenix sockets to provide live auction systems. We comment on the situation of flash-mob-like users coming to a system and needing to handle high traffic volumes for shorter durations. We talk about how the Horde library helps solve fun distributed...
Published 06/08/21
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