EMx 063: Designing Elixir Systems With OTP with Bruce Tate and James Gray
- Mark Ericksen
- Michael Ries
- Eric Oestrich
- Josh Adams
- Charles Max Wood
Joined by Special Guests: Bruce Tate and James Gray
Bruce Tate and James Gray join the panel to discuss their new book, “Designing Elixir Systems With OTP”. Bruce and James share the story of how they decided to write this book together. The panel discusses the books target audience, Bruce and James explain that this is not for programmers who know nothing about Elixir. Resources and books for beginners to read are recommended. Bruce and James share many key points of the book and the main lesson they hope the reads come away with. The interesting mnemonic “Do Fun Things With Big Loud Wildebeests” is explained.
Bruce and James share what this book will do for your applications. They address common misunderstandings for people moving from object-oriented programming into functional programming. Bruce and James share what it was like working with each other to write this book. The episode ends with Bruce and James sharing the stories of how the came to the elixir community.
- Designing Elixir Systems With OTP: Write Highly Scalable, Self-healing Software with Layers
- Elixir in Action
- Programming Phoenix 1.4
- GOTO 2019 • The Soul of Erlang and Elixir • Saša Jurić
- Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: A Pragmatic Guide to Learning Programming Languages
- Functional Web Development with Elixir, OTP, and Phoenix
Charles Max Wood:
- Suggest a topic.