Thinking Elixir Podcast
Deploying a PR to a temporary server sounds like a great way to iterate faster! Jason Axelson shares how he did that on Render.com. We cover benefits to the team, workflow, testing, doing it on Fly.io
Is the “end of localhost development” inevitable? How does that apply to Elixir and Phoenix projects? We think it's more likely they are trying to solve the wrong problem.
Paulo Valente explains DSPs and his new Nx library called NxSignal. We learn more about what kinds of problems Digital Signal Processors solve and what’s next for the library. The Machine Learning spa
We talk about Elixir and Phoenix’s strong showing in the Stack Overflow Survey results!
Alex Koutmos talks about some of his well known libraries like PromEx, but also lesser known ones like Doctor and MJML EEx. We talk about the Nerves Weather Station book and his new Livebook heavy Eli
Sam Aaron explains how Sonic Pi can live code music performances, be used in education, and is moving more to Elixir! He plans to use Phoenix LiveView in the future to create distributed jamming sessi
Uku Taht shares how Plausible Analytics provides opensource analytics data that respects visitor's privacy. It’s a simple Phoenix app by a small team (3 people) that are delivering big things.
Explorer lets us explore and manipulate two-dimensional data like we already do with DB tables, spreadsheets, CSV files, and more. It's a tool that “regular” Elixir devs can take advantage of today!
We learn about Vaxine.io, an Elixir layer built on top of a distributed CRDT-based Erlang DB called Antidote. We cover CRDTs, the CURE protocol, and what Vaxine brings to the party.
Sean Moriarity explains Machine Learning in the Elixir space. It's a fast developing area and Sean helps us follow the important points even if we aren't doing ML ourselves… because our teams may stil