Elixir Club 9 in Kharkiv

18 November, 11:30, Spalah, Divocha str. 9, Kharkiv
14 November 2017   1166

Elixir Club is a regular event for Elixir community. Elixir developers are gathered and given  an opportunity to share their experience, cases, and mistakes and ways to avoid them. Events usually take place in Kyiv, but also they were held in Ternopil, Lviv, and Dnipro this year to share with developers from all of the Ukraine. Next Elixir Club 9 will be held in Kharkiv. It will be the one-day event, and agenda will be mostly about Elixir language basics. Organizers welcome professionals with different technology backgrounds to become acquainted with Elixir. The lineup consists of talks about Elixir language, its ecosystem, appropriate solutions, cases of using Elixir in real project.

Speakers

There will be interesting talks of skilled coders at Elixir Club.

Alex Rozumii

Topic: "Elixir: Getting started with language and ecosystem"

Alex Rozumnii
Alex Rozumii

Elixir is a dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications. It’s snowballing nowadays due to its battle-tested ecosystem and useful features. This talk will be interesting mostly for nonexperienced Elixir developers, as it will cover Elixir and OTP ecosystem basics and will include the list of essential materials to improve your onboarding speed.
 

Alex Rozumnii

Yurii Bodarev

Topic: "Ecto and Phoenix: Doing Web With Elixir"

Yurii Bodarev
Yurii Bodarev

Phoenix is an MVC web framework providing all tools that You can expect to be productive: generators, templates, and channels as WebSockets abstraction. Ecto is a domain specific language for composing queries and interacting with databases. This talk will introduce You to building a fast and reliable web applications with Elixir using Phoenix and Ecto as a solid foundation.
 

Yurii Bodarev 

Alexander Khokhlov

Topic: "Pattern matching in Elixir by example"

Alexander Khokhlov
Alexander Khokhlov

Elixir alongside with it's Erlang host platform gives a really simple yet powerful language feature called "pattern matching". In his talk, Alexander gonna walk you through the main concepts of pattern matching mechanism with examples from real Phoenix web app.
 

Alexander Khokhlov

Founder, Nots.io

Alex Troush 

Topic: "Elixir in a service of government"

Alex Troush
Alex Troush

How we build a biggest open-source project that uses Elixir. A deep dive to Ukraine EHealth System and problems of big elixir codebase.
 

Alex Troush

Event agenta

  • 11:30 Registration and Welcome coffee
  • 12:00 Elixir: Getting started with language and ecosystem - Alex Rozumii
  • 12:50 Coffee break 13:00 Ecto and Phoenix: Doing web with Elixir - Yurii Bodarev
  • 14:00 Lunch 15:00 Pattern matching in Elixir by example - Alexander Khokhlov
  • 15:45 Coffee break 16:00 Elixir in a service of government - Alex Troush
  • 16:45 Coffee break
  • 17:00 Lightning Talks

Students are welcomed for their willingness to learn, and organizers give 50% discount via the promo code “student”. Also, parents of small babies (0-3 years) on maternity leave, who want to grow their skills while nursing the kid are welcomed too. You can get a special discount on the ticket with promo code “GrowWithYourKid “. Get you ticket here.

Elixir v1.7.0-rc.0 Released

Development team ask community to try out new release 
17 July 2018   287

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