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A packed panel of Elixir experts and experienced developers who make the complicated interesting and fun. We talk about Elixir, Erlang and all things related to the BEAM virtual machine ecosystem. Featuring a panel of hosts including Bruce Tate, Josh Adams, Sophie Debenedetto, Alex Koutmos, Steven Nunez and Lars Wikman. Edited by Maggie Tate.
 
Not just another Real Estate podcast filled with interviews and confusing, conflicting messages. 18 year veteran to the business and #1 agent in the state of Michigan (Top 25 in the Nation), Realtor, Jeff Glover shares with listeners EXACTLY what he and his team do to average between 900-1,000 closings annually. Jeff doesn’t just have ”big team”, he actually walks the talk still to this day, closing over 100 homes a year himself personally! Tune in each week to a new episode of proven and im ...
 
Подкаст про айти: сервисы, приложения и гаджеты. Много говорим про продукты Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Google и Microsoft. Иногда затрагиваем темы разработки и жизни в Сан-Франциско, Нью-Йорке и Москве. Телеграм канал: https://t.me/esnippet Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/esnippet/support
 
Recorded live at The American Library in Paris, the Evenings with an Author series features talks from authors, filmmakers, musicians, journalists, scholars, and other public figures. These talks happen over 60 times per year in the Library's Florence Gould Reading Room, and are supported by generous donations from GRoW @ Annenberg, library members, and those who attend programs. For more information about Evenings with an Author, visit americanlibraryinparis.org/evenings-at-the-library.
 
The Bristol Beats Club is a series of comedy podcasts. Sort of. Well, more accurately, it's a series of unconventional interviews and idle chit-chat interspersed with cutting edge and classic indie, electro and electronica (sadly, though, we couldn't make that work as a title). Features include Festival Focus, Let's Kick Sexism Out Of Rap Music and the potentially libellous Desert Island Dicks, which is a game we made up all by ourselves without drawing inspiration from anyone else, ever. So ...
 
Welcome to the Ember Sword Podcast! Hosted by marketing boy extraordinaire (and designated community punching bag) Svetlin Ivanov and featuring one or more guests from the development team, the show is meant to tackle any and all aspects of the game - its development, the team behind it, the plans for the future and the ideas driving the experience. Plus, we're only human, so expect a special episode now and then discussing all things gaming, life and beyond!
 
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In today’s episode of the Live UNREAL w/Glover U Podcast, Jeff is joined on stage by the leader of the #1 real estate team in Ohio (of all brands!) and Glover U resident marketing expert, Greg Erlanger. If there’s anyone who knows digital and video marketing inside-out, it’s Greg; and in this podcast, he shares how his team uses next level lifestyl…
 
Michael Fich joins the show today to share how he implemented the PostgreSQL schema to enhance the Elixir workflows at his organization, the Score, based in Toronto Canada. Sascha and Allen also provide additional insights and deep dive into their experience with PostgreSQL models. In this episode… Moving from Ruby to Elixir theScore bet app and qu…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, our top agent panel continues with agents Jeff Nielsen and Andrew Pepper. These two agents have both successfully increased their production, number of transactions and volume this year, and they’re going to share exactly what they did to reach their goals. Jeff and Andrew embody the traits of great listing agents…
 
Show Notes: https://www.elixirnewbie.com/ https://smartlogic.io/podcast/elixir-wizards/ https://github.com/DockYard-Academy/beta_curriculum Email brooklin.meyers@dockyard.com to get involved or learn about joining the cohort! If you want to write a book, message Sophie on twitter! @sm_debenedetto We want to connect with you! Send us your questions …
 
Today we talk with Wojtek Mach from Dashbit, about the Livebook Desktop app, a tool for writing interactive and collaborative code notebooks. Dashbit primarily works with clients, helping companies adopt and run Elixir. We talk about the history of how Livebook came to be, and the challenges of developing for desktop apps. We also get a sneak peak …
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, we’re kicking off an awesome top agent panel with agents Sue Warren and Eric Delgado. As we prepared for this panel, we thought about what it takes to thrive and win in this market and get ahead of the curve. These agents truly embody the traits of great listing agents who are setting themselves up for success. Th…
 
With day-to-day development, it is vital to ensure our workflows are optimized and that developer time is utilized efficiently. Today on the show, Szymon Soppa shares about what we should do with our Elixir CIs to ensure this optimization and developer efficiencies are maximized for production. In this episode… Continuous integration (CI) and autom…
 
Today we talk with Louis Pilfold, an ex-elixir/Lang developer. Since 2018, Louis has been working on Gleam, and hesitantly admits to being its author. This statically typed language that runs on Erlang virtual machine and draws its inspiration from several other languages. With Gleam gaining a lot of traction, it’s definitely worth a look into this…
 
In today’s special episode of the Live UNREAL Podcast, we are doing something a little different. Following our recent epic RETREAT, many people are curious about all the group coaching programs we offer and how they can make your business better. All our coaches join Jeff to give all the information you need to decide which coaching program is rig…
 
This week the BeamRadio Panel talks about eqWAlizer Ilya Klyuchnikov. Show Notes: Ilya's Twitter: https://twitter.com/lambdamix Project Github: https://github.com/WhatsApp/eqwalizer We want to connect with you! Twitter: @BeamRadio1 Send us your questions via Twitter @BeamRadio1 #ProcessMailbox Keep up to date with our hosts on Twitter @_StevenNunez…
 
In this episode of the Mix the panelists talk about Seniority. They lay out their own personal journeys towards getting a senior title and how they define seniority for themselves - especially how it goes beyond the ability to write code well. Among other things they discuss: how to become fluent in reading and writing code how side projects are us…
 
The panel discusses MJML EEX, Rust, Surface and LiveView and more! Show Notes: https://hex.pm/packages/mjml_eex What Other Languages Can Learn From BEAM: A Ruby Case Study | Steven Nunez |Code BEAM V America 21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcvijP2QIx0&feature=emb_logo Elixir Conf 2022 Training: https://2022.elixirconf.com/training#training Build…
 
In today’s all-panelist episode, we take a shot at demystify domain-driven design. We discuss several books and some concepts that stand out in those texts. How easy or hard do Elixir and Phoenix make it to apply DDD principles? We give our experience with taking these concepts and putting them into practice, and give some tips and resources for ge…
 
In today’s episode of the Live UNREAL Podcast, we are concluding our Sizzlin’ Summer Webinars with a special focus on a niche that many agents overlook - new construction. In our business planning, we often talk about adding new business sources to what you’re already doing, and new construction should be on that list. Up to ⅓ of homes in America a…
 
Today Adi, one of our hosts and the hiring manager at Elixir, talks about the intricacies of applying for a job, and what companies to search out. We talk about the expectations for the applicant, and how to prepare. We also talk about what you can look for the employer to provide before spending too much of your time in the interview process. Walk…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, we’re diving into the latest and greatest agent recruitment strategies to help you build a solid team. As the market continues to change, this is actually going to be the golden age of recruiting opportunities - but how do we attract the best people into our world? Recruiting is a sales process, but it’s not the s…
 
In this episode the panel talks to Danny Hawkins - CTO at Quiqup - and his team's journey at Quiqup with Elixir. Danny explains how some of the first things Quiqup built were using Elixir and how they then left Elixir behind in favor of TypeScript, only to come back to Elixir. The panel considers how these choices rarely are purely driven by techno…
 
In today’s episode of the Live UNREAL Podcast, Jeff Glover is joined by our head coach, Kate Simon to talk about how to run a successful real estate business as a parent. You’ll learn how to run your day when you have numerous demands coming at you from different directions, and how to maximize productivity without sacrificing valuable family time.…
 
Today we talk with Abul Asar Sayyad, a software engineer from Mumbai, India. Working for ID Plans, a commercial property management solution. We discuss his blog article about combining GraphQL with LiveView for rendering on the front end. We also dive into GraphQL libraries, working with LiveView, and testing. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top …
 
In this episode, I talk with Shriram Krishnamurthi. We cover his introduction to functional programming, Racket and #lang, Static vs Dynamic Typing, Bootstrap and Pyret, How to Design Programs, and much, much, more. Our Guest, Shriram Krishnamurthi ShriramKMurthi on Twitter shriram on Github cs.brown.edu/~sk/ Shriram’s University of Brown Page pare…
 
In this episode Adi and Sascha dig deeper into what it means to consume and build APIs in Elixir and how a RESTful approach compares to choosing GraphQL as your weapon of choice. Along the way they discuss common pitfalls when building APIs (spoiler: one is caching), how to test all of this, and what their personal preferences and experiences are i…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, we are revisiting the business plan to align with where the market is now. It’s very clear that the market has shifted and that we have to change how we’ve been doing business to keep up. This is the exact business plan Jeff is using to continue and finish this year strong, including all the things we need to impr…
 
Bad documentation wastes time, costs real money, and makes developers unproductive. Documentation might be bad because it is flat-out wrong (typos, references to an older version, etc.), but more often documentation is bad when it fails to tell us what we need to know. Don’t let all your hard work go to waste because you failed to communicate what …
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, we’re sharing how to average 50 listings a month in 13 steps. 50 listings a month may not be a realistic number for one person, but with 3 or 4 people on your team, you can close this number very efficiently. But even if you’re a solo agent, these strategies will still increase your listings to up to 10 a month. T…
 
In this week’s all-panelist episode, Sascha and Allen tackle the topic of concurrency on The Beam. They discuss parallelism, some things to do and some not to do, and some of the questions and issues that arise. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs Links Stuff Goes Bad Erlang in Anger Picks Allen- Handling Overload Sascha- Kinetic Games…
 
In today’s episode of Live UNREAL, we’re diving into hosting client events at a high level, and sharing what we’re doing to create great experiences for people, and turn these events into a solid source of transactions for years. Hosting a great client event isn’t just about planning a great party - there needs to be an intentional strategy behind …
 
David van Leeuwen joins the show to share his perspective about error handling with Phoenix’ LiveView form and keeping implementations that are used to render an input as simple as possible. He also discusses his career progressions with Elixir and other various languages, plus why and how he built his latest project, Mave.io. Sponsors Top End Devs…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we’re bringing you another Sizzling Summer webinar, sharing what’s happening in markets across the country right now, and all the things you need to know and do to get to the next level. Today’s episode is focused on the latest and greatest prospecting strategies you need to implement in your business, from one of th…
 
In this episode Simon Zelazny joins the mix to talk about his experience in scaling an Elixir and Phython based service to meet a once-in-a-blue-moon demand scenario. The panel and him discuss the challenges in finding the relevant bottlenecks in non-trivial software systems - and BEAM applications in particular - and what options there are to fix …
 
In today’s episode, we’re kicking off our sizzling summer webinars, and sharing the strategies you need to have the best summer ever in your business, and prepare for a great second half of 2022. There are different things happening in markets across the country, including inventory going up and some buyers being a bit more hesitant to take action …
 
https://twitter.com/kevmacaronikmcnamee@boweryfarming.comnsanford@boweryfarming.comhttps://twitter.com/sanford_nickhttps://codesync.global/conferences/code-beam-america-2022/#call-for-talks We want to connect with you! Twitter: @BeamRadio1 Send us your questions via Twitter @BeamRadio1 #ProcessMailbox Keep up to date with our hosts on Twitter @_Ste…
 
In this episode the panel talks to Robert Ellen and his experience with using macros in Elixir to get rid of some repetitive boilerplate code. They discuss common pitfalls when first diving into macros and resources which help to avoid these mistakes. Robert shares some of the finer details of the challenges they encountered when trying to build th…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, Director of Operations at Live Unreal Companies, Taylor Kerrigan continues sharing the 5 essential aspects of an effective database marketing plan. The whole goal of this plan is to stay top of mind with the people who already know, like or trust you, and being of contribution, which will make it easier to generat…
 
Today we have special guest Qiu Hua join us. Currently located in Canada, he is a back-end software developer for e-commerce company Zubale, which focusses on retail applications for countries in Central and South America. We discuss his presentation titled Managing Business Rules In Elixir Applications, and his work to extract business rules out o…
 
In this episode I talk with Katja Mordaunt and Adam Warski. We talk Katja’s and Adam’s introduction to software, being on the LambdaDays 2022 Programme Committee, a peek what being on the Programme Committee looks like, introducing new people to functional programming, and more. Our Guests, Katja Mordaunt and Adam Warksi Katja Mordaunt katjam on: E…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, Director of Operations at Live Unreal Companies, Taylor Kerrigan is going to share the 4 essential aspects of effective database marketing we’ve been implementing in our own real estate business, plus a surprise bonus 5th component. In this highly competitive market where buyers and sellers are hard to come by and…
 
Teo Diaz spent the first half of his career as a paratrooper and security agent for the Spanish army, until he made a career pivot to become a software engineer. Teo shares his story from the bootcamp beginnings to JavaScript and Elixir, and then landing his first job in the industry. Teo also shares how he uses Elixir on a daily basis as an engine…
 
In today’s episode, Jeff is joined by the founder and CEO of Vyral Marketing, Frank Klesitz. Frank brought video to the real estate industry in a big way, and when it comes to digital marketing, he really knows his stuff. He’s really keyed in on the messaging and strategies that are generating listings right now, and what we really need to be focus…
 
In this all-panelist episode we discuss the promises of the BEAM, and how these hold up in reality. Is the BEAM truly resilient? Allen, Sascha and Adi discuss their experiences using the BEAM, how it compares to other options, and discuss why Elixir isn’t a more prominent technology. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs Links Tailwind CSS …
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, we’re picking back up with the top producer panel, this time focusing on the productive habits that lead to success, and ways to nurture your database. Jeff is joined on stage by an agent who attributes his high transaction volume to consistent habits, and an agent who doubled his volume in one year. Bill Winslow …
 
Nato Boram joins the show to share how to publish static GitHub pages of your documentation using GitHub actions. Allen and Nathan also discuss Elixir compared to other languages, functional ways of programming, and the “let it crash” philosophy. Finally, they end the show with ideas on how Elixir can become a better language. In this episode… Nato…
 
In this episode I talk with Laura M. Castro. We talk her introduction to Erlang, Final Project and Ph.D. around Erlang, Research and Teaching using Erlang and Elixir, the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation, Code Beam Lite, Erlang Workshops and more. Our Guest, Laura M. Castro. @lauramcastro on Twitter lauramcastro on Github https://lauramcastro.github.io/…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, we’re going to talk about what it takes to differentiate yourself in the real estate landscape. Jeff is joined on stage by an agent who got licensed in 2020 and sold 15 homes in 30 days, and a broker who has mastered Facebook’s algorithms. Russell Vinson and Therese Anthonelli share the strategies they are using t…
 
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