Live Auctions with Alex Loukissas
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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 clustering problems, we cover observability tools, how and why companies should support open source development through sponsorships and more! Show Notes online - https://thinkingelixir.com/podcast-episodes/051-live-auctions-with-alex-loukissas
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