Elixir Club 7 in Dnipro

Elixir becomes closer to the Ukrainian developers
16 June 2017   1480

The conference for Elixir developers will be held in I Coworking Hub, 37 Chernyshevs’kogo str., Dnipro on June, 24th.

Skilled developers will provide reports, share their secrets and hold practical lessons at this conference. The program will be divided into a basic and advanced level.

Elixir

Dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications

Basic level program

 

Alex Rozumii

Topic “Elixir: Where to Start?”

Alex Rozumii

Elixir is a dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications. It's growing rapidly nowadays due to its battle tested ecosystem and useful features. This talk will be interesting mostly for nonexperienced Elixir developers. It will cover Elixir basics and list of necessary materials to improve your onboarding speed.

 

Alex Rozumii

Back-end Developer

 

Alex Troush

Topic “IEx Cheat sheet. Guide to Win with IEx on your Day to Day Job”

Alex Troush

IEx is an essential part of Elixir. In the presentation, we will learn how it works under the hood and how to use IEx in your day to day work with Elixir. We will learn how to recompile modules on the fly, use IEx helpers and much more.

 

Alex Troush

Erlang/Elixir Developer                                                                                                                                                        

 

Alexey Osipenko

Topic  “Deploying Elixir Application”

Alexey Osipenko

The process of deployment in recent years greatly simplified, primarily due to the Docker. But everybody knows that deployment with Docker, it's like a deployment without Docker, but with Docker. We'll try to consider the necessary conditions of writing elixir-based applications, which makes happy any admin or DevOps.

 

Alexey Osipenko

Chief Technical Officer

 

Also Alex Troush & Alex Rozumii will held practice lesson “Phoenix live coding session”

Alex Troush & Alex Rozumii

You will learn what are the possibilities when you start your own app. As you may know, live coding sessions usually go wrong - so join us in this funny interactive adventure! 

 

Alex Troush

Erlang/Elixir Developer     

Advanced level program

 

Sergiy Kostyushkin

Topic "The Future of Computing"

Sergiy Kostyushkin

More about Sergiy: "10+ years of professional expertise in the IT industry. Rich experience in Erlang, Web, network, and telecom related technologies; I know how to make things simple."
He will talk about The Future of Computing. What is the difference between imperative and declarative programming and where is it from?

Sergey Bondarchuk

Topic "Erlang common test"

Sergey Bondarchuk

More about Sergey: Sergey Bondarchuk, 35 years. Erlang software developer in Middleware. He was coding on Erlang for 2 years now. Likes to solve non-trivial tasks, likes to to optimize and refactor the code. Outside of the work he likeS to spend time among friends, to play guitar and to do self-education

My part of the report is about an Erlang Common Tests framework. I'll share some experience of using a Common Tests to improve the speed and quality of software development.

 

Denys Lavorov

Topic "Erlang Common Test. How does it help us in developing?"

Denys Lavorov

He has a big experience in building and support high-load systems with a flexible architecture. He replaces complicated problems with simple solutions.

I'll talk about some typical problems which we solved in our project. I'll glad to share my experience with the audience. What is Corezoid? Little talking about product growing. Problems which we solved: RabbitMQ, Redis, Linking with v8, Erlang code check, Parse transform, Pattern matching. 

 

Denys Lavorov

Elixir Developer

Agenda

  • 11:00 Registration and welcome coffee

Basic

  • 11:30 Elixir: Where to start? - Alex Rozumii
  • 12:10 Coffee break
  • 12:20 IEx cheat sheet. Guide to win with IEx on your day to day job - Alex Troush
  • 13:00 Coffee break
  • 13:15 Deploying Elixir application - Alexey Osipenko
  • 14:00 Lunch 15:00 Phoenix live coding session - Alex Rozumii & Alex Troush
  • 15:50 Coffee break

Advanced

  • 16:00 How do we solve typical problems in our Corezoid project - Denys Lavorov
  • 16:25 Coffee break
  • 16:35 Erlang common test - Sergey Bondarchuk
  • 17:00 Coffee break
  • 17:10 The future of computing - Sergiy Kostyushkin
  • 18:00 Closing talk and prize raffle

Conference Organizer

Elixir Club - community of Elixir developers from Ukraine. 

Conference started in 2016. At firsts, it was in formar of evening meet-ups of Kiev Elixir developers. In time it became a full-fledged one day conference.

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In Janurt 2017, created of Elixir Jose Valim had a speech at conference. Elixir Club started to hold conferences in other cities of Ukraine.

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Tickets available at Elixir Club

Visitors can use these promo codes

  • 'student' gives 50% discount. Please, send your Student ID to make your registration on the event faster;
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Elixir v1.7.0-rc.0 Released

Development team ask community to try out new release 
17 July 2018   77

Elixir team rolled out zero release candidate for version 1.7.0.

Hi everyone,

We have just released v1.7.0-rc.0.

Please give it a try! You can either compile the v1.7 branch from source OR use the precompiled files, as described in our install page 11.

Note that you will need {:ex_doc, "~> 0.19-rc"}if you want to generate docs using the release candidate.

Happy coding!
 

josevalim

Creator, Elixir

Currently Elixir supports two metadata keys: :deprecated and :since. Other keys will be added in the future. 

To access the new documentation, developers should use Code.fetch_docs/1. The old documentation format is no longer available and the old Code.get_docs/1 function will return nil accordingly.

Tools like IEx and ExDoc have been updated to leverage the new format and show relevant metadata to users

Learn more at GitHub