Elixir Outlaws

Elixir Outlaws

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The hallway track of the Elixir community
25: Shift-Reduce Warning
Dec 13 • 50 min
This week the hosts talk with Andrew Summers about the recent improvements to dialyixir and how to incorporate it into elixir applications.Special Guest: Andrew Summers.Links:DialyxirDialyzer papererlexOpaque TypesLeex and YeccNimble ParsecDNSimple - PLT…
24: Dad Jokes with José
Nov 29 • 40 min
This week Jose Valim joins the outlaws to answer questions from the community. The conversation starts with a discussion about the current state of dialyzer and future plans to add a type system to elixir. Jose laments some of the decisions to include…
23: Reaching Understanding
Nov 15 • 33 min
This week Anna and Chris decompress from GigCity Elixir. They discuss several of the talks including a talk by Stu Halloway about what open source maintainers owe to communities. This leads to a discussion on how to have productive conversations about…
22: Live From Gig City Elixir - Amos Gets Paid
Nov 11 • 40 min
Links:Gig City Elixir
21: Deconstructing This Mountain of Doom
Oct 19 • 68 min
This week the hosts are joined by special guest and Friend of The Show :tm: James Edward Gray II. After introducing themselves for the first time in the shows history, James presents several questions for the guests. This leads into a discussion about…
20: The World Famous Sponge Display
Oct 11 • 48 min
This week starts off with a discussion about Amos and Chris’s recent trip to Strangeloop and the great talks they saw there. There’s a brief interlude into airports and the World Famous sponge display in the Chattanooga airport. The main topic this week:…
19: Elixir in Real Life
Sep 21 • 52 min
foot marbles moving ElixirConf Links:Typing the Wild in Erlang — Developing a static type system suitable for Erlang has been of ongoing interest for almost two decades now.Understanding Formal Specifications through Good Examples — Formal specifications…
18: Big Families Pt-2
Aug 30 • 39 min
17: Big Families Pt-1
Aug 24 • 40 min
Distillery 2.0 Open source life Special Guest: Paul Schoenfelder.Links:Health Checks and Graceful Degradation in Distributed SystemsIntroduction to modern network load balancing and proxyingRuntime Configuration - Distillery…
16: That’s my internet voice
Aug 9 • 51 min
This week Amos and Chris discuss a fun absinthe bug and try to determine how to pronounce "leex". Chris describes his frustrations with REST and why building clients for REST apis is probably the worst thing ever. In the main topic this week, Amos…
15: Nervestendo
Aug 2 • 45 min
This week Anna and Amos are joined by Nerves core team member Connor Rigby. They discuss nintendo hacking, robotic farming and how to get started with nerves development.Special Guest: Connor Rigby.Links:Craft and deploy bulletproof embedded software in…
14: Little’s Law All The Way Down
Jul 26 • 43 min
This week starts with Amos describing the new features elixir 1.7 and Chris explaining some queueing theory. Afterwards Anna describes her experience solving a bug in her crypto-currency exchange. This leads to a discussion on how to find bugs in…
13: Coming in hot
Jul 19 • 45 min
Anna, Amos, and Chris start this week by discussing the recently released elixir documentary. Amos brings up the virus that was discovered in eslint-scope which detours into a conversation about reading through library dependencies. The hosts eventually…
12: Ready to mute
Jul 12 • 37 min
This week Amos kicks off the show by talking about his memory issues and Anna discusses her work on building a crypto currency exchange. The hosts then dive in to the main topic of this week: is Erlang "the most object oriented language" and if so is that…
11: Smarter then your parents
Jun 28 • 44 min
Amos kicks off the show by lamenting how old he is. Afterwards Anna, Amos, and Chris discuss the new features coming to erlang/OTP 21. Chris proceeds to bum everyone out by talking about how burnt out and unethusiastic he is about his open source…
10: A list of controversial topics
Jun 14 • 69 min
This week the outlaws are joined by Jose Valim and Chris McCord. After working out the confusion of having two Chris's and giving Keathley a timebox for controversial topics Jose and Chris provide some insight into the projects that they're currently…
9: Happiness Lamp
Jun 10 • 58 min
Aos and Chris talk about: Parenting Broken Arms How do you add typespecs to a new project? The importanct of tests are your code.…
8: That became very cheesy
Jun 3 • 51 min
This week Anna, Amos, and Chris are joined by special guest and newly appointed Friend of the Show: Michal Muskala. After Michal teaches everyone how to correctly say his name they discuss the recent CodeBEAMSTO and optimizing elixir code for the BEAM.…
7: A rat-king of problems
May 27 • 66 min
Anna, Amos, and Chris discuss the current state of configuration and the new proposals for making configuration behave in less surprising ways. Chris lays out the context and then claims he's going to stop talking. His silence lasts just long enough for…
6: Blocking and Tackling
May 21 • 36 min
This week the outlaws are joined by Friend of The Show, Ben Marx. In between name dropping and sports idioms they discuss OpenTracing, OpenCensus, purely functional data structures, distributed systems, and Amos's experiences with living in the…
5: I’m perfectly fine throwing my time into a ditch
May 13 • 51 min
This week Anna and Chris discuss Chris's job change, how Elixir is marketed to developers, the elixir communities ruby heritage, and some discussions on elixir conferences. They finish up with some resources for first time conference…
4: A simple matter of FTP
May 6 • 42 min
Amos kicks off this episode by exposing the joys of symbolic variables in proper's state machine tests. Chris laments the lack of elixir work in his life and his future plans to correct the situation. The Outlaws then discuss the ramifications of Proper's…
3: The Elixir Track of the Hallway Community - Teaching and Community
Apr 29 • 52 min
Links https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/organizations/6486585449644032/#4978058864361472 https://ferd.ca/it-s-about-the-guarantees.html https://www.evanmiller.org/four-days-of-go.html https://www.evanmiller.org/why-i-program-in-erlang.htmlLinks:Elixir…
2: Is this the show? - Property Testing
Apr 22 • 47 min
This week we talk about the benefits of property testing and discuss different tools and techniques available in the elixir community. Links Proper Testing StreamData QuickCheck Propcheck StreamData Proposal for model checking
1: Vanity - Library Guidelines
Apr 15 • 64 min
Links: bamboo_config_adapter Library Guidelines Dialyxir Success Types paper Dynamic Supervisor Propcheck Chris's issue on stream data Chris's talk on property testing Picks: Chris - ProperTesting - http://propertesting.com Amos - Recon -…