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Elixir Wizards is an interview-format podcast, focused on engineers who use the Elixir programming language. Initially launched in early 2019, each season focuses on a specific topic or topics, with each interview focusing on the guest's experience and opinions on the topic. Elixir Wizards is hosted by Alex Housand, Sundi Myint, and Eric Oestrich of SmartLogic, a dev shop that’s been building custom software since 2005 and running Elixir applications in production since 2015. Learn more abou ...
 
The Thinking Elixir podcast is a weekly show where we talk about the Elixir programming language and the community around it. We cover news and interview guests to learn more about projects and developments in the community. Whether you are already experienced with Elixir or just exploring the language, this show is created with you in mind. We discuss community news, Functional Programming, transitioning from OOP, coding conventions, and more. Guests visit the show to help challenge our ass ...
 
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VetaHumanz Live!

Purdue Veterinary Medicine

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The VetaHumanz Live! Podcast gives you insider information on League of VetaHumanz veterinary superheroes. VetaHumanz develop superpowers after overcoming extraordinary challenges in school, work, and life. The League of VetaHumanz aims to create a diverse, inclusive and unified veterinary profession, supporting each other and future VetaHumanz.VetaHumanz Live! is hosted by PINK PHOENIX, Dr. Sandy San Miguel, a veterinary educator. VetaHumanz Live! is a production of the Purdue University Co ...
 
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Badge Boys

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Positive stories and commentary about law enforcement. Two retired cops sharing stories, insight, experience, a healthy dose of humor and building bridges between the police and the community. The Badge Boys welcome compelling guests, funny and stupid suspect stories plus engaging topics from today’s headlines. ‘Whatcha Gonna Do With The Boys In Blue”RETIRED PHOENIX POLICE SERGEANT DARREN BURCH - Sergeant Darren Burch is a 29-year veteran with the Phoenix Police Department and was the Silent ...
 
Notes to Natasha is a radio show dedicated to sharing personal stories of overwhelming challenges and hard won victories and the lessons learned from them. This platform serves as safe space which we share our stories and the lessons we have learned and wisdom gained; helping us to share our experiences with those that come after us. We do not presume to have all of the answers, but all that find themselves on this program have one common desire; to share all that we have experienced and to ...
 
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It’s the season finale show! Can you believe it? Join us this week as Sundi, Owen, and Dan take a look back at this season of Elixir Wizards! You’ll hear their discussion about favorite moments over the season and learn about this season’s theme and its origin, and what they learned throughout the season. Enjoy and we hope to see you back for Seaso…
 
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…
 
We learn about Plausible Analytics, a privacy respecting alternative to Google Analytics that is cloud or self-hostable, OpenSource and written in Elixir! Uku Taht shares how he founded the company, the mission he is on, and what he prioritizes. The company practices a “transparent by default” approach. This means they share a lot about what’s goin…
 
In this episode of VetaHumanz Live! we’ll hear all about PORCUPINEVET’s adventures as a wildlife veterinarian! Learn more about PORCUPINEVET and other VetaHumanz at www.VetaHumanz.org Thanks for listening to VetaHumanz Live! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe, rate, and share this podcast with your friends on social media. VetaHumanz…
 
This week on Elixir Wizards we’re joined by Nathan Retta, Senior Software Engineer from Android at DoorDash. We learn about Nathan’s background; his experience having a degree in Chemical Engineering and working in Oil and Gas for 6 years. Nathan then wrote an Android app in 2016 and soon after became a mobile developer -- the rest is history. He i…
 
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…
 
Chris Grainger explains Explorer, Nx's recent addition. It's a “Data Frame” library which sounds far more nebulous than it is. It lets us explore and manipulate two-dimensional data like we already do with DB tables, spreadsheets, CSV files, etc. Only this works in memory, is faster, and has predefined functions that make it very powerful. Explorer…
 
Welcome to this week’s episode of Elixir Wizards, with our special guest, Cara Mitchell of Pepsi Co. Today we speak with Cara about her career journey that led to her living in the lower East Side of New York City. Cara has been working in the software engineering field for over 20 years and currently works at PepsiCo on their in-house eCommerce pl…
 
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 …
 
James Arthur shares his project Vaxine.io, an Elixir layer built on top of a CRDT based distributed Erlang database called Antidote DB. We cover what CRDTs are and introduce how they work. We learn more about Antidote DB, the CURE protocol and especially the Vaxine.io project that adds Ecto types and makes it more approachable to Elixir application…
 
Between becoming a new mom, opening a new hospital, and traveling the globe, this VetaHuman never stops! Learn more about DR. JOE ON THE GO and other VetaHumanz at www.VetaHumanz.org Thanks for listening to VetaHumanz Live! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe, rate, and share this podcast with your friends on social media. VetaHumanz …
 
Joining us today on Elixir Wizards is Catalina Astengo, Staff Software Engineer at Nav Inc. We chat with Catalina about how she went from working as a process engineer in a mine to a software engineer in beautiful Salt Lake City. In today’s show we find out more about Catalina’s professional background, how and why she started taking Ruby courses w…
 
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…
 
Sean Moriarity, the author of Genetic Algorithms in Elixir, lays out Machine Learning in the Elixir space. We talk about where it is today and where it's going in the future. Sean talks more about his book, how that led to working with José Valim which then led to the creation of Nx. He fills us in on recent ML events with Google and Facebook and s…
 
Welcome to another episode of Elixir Wizards, a show focused on conversations with software developers from around the world on the Elixir language and other modern web technologies. In today’s episode, we speak with Meks McClure, a Full Stack Software Engineer with an unconventional background in Biology and Philosophy. Meks found their passion fo…
 
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…
 
Ben Johnson explains his project Litestream.io, an OpenSource tool that replicates SQLite databases to remote servers and to backup locations like S3 for durability. We talk about how moving data out to the user creates true edge applications. We discuss what types of problems this helps solve, the architectures that become possible, and how a glob…
 
In this episode of VetaHumanz Live! we’ll hear how VetaHuman PHENOMENAL WOMAN is truly phenomenal! Learn more about PHENOMENAL WOMAN and other VetaHumanz at www.VetaHumanz.org After you listen to the podcast check out the poem “Phenomenal Woman” by Maya Angelou and visit PHENOMENAL WOMAN’s You Tube Channel, Dope Black Vet Miller Thanks for listenin…
 
A superpower of software development is teaching our code to teach us what’s happening. This is observability, and it’s why Jessica Kerr works at Honeycomb, where she is a Developer Advocate. After twenty years as a developer, Jess sees software as a significant force in the world. As a symmathecist in the medium of code, she views development team…
 
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…
 
Our 100th episode is spent with José Valim celebrating 10 years of Elixir. We close out our 5-part series talking about the recent 1.13 release, the upcoming 1.14 release and looking into the future and v2.0. We learn that many features were created with Nx in mind but are still broadly helpful to Elixir developers. José gives a 1-minute explanatio…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Elixir Wizards. Today, we chat with Digit, a talented software engineer currently based at SmartRent. He became aware of the company when he started trying to modify his smart home and realized what was behind the software. Digit works on building applications within the SmartRent suite of tools using the Nerves e…
 
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 …
 
Michael Davis explains Slipstream, a Phoenix channels websocket client library that enables Elixir applications to become a client of a Phoenix channel on another server. Out of this work, an underlying websocket library was created built on mint, which has now officially become part of the mint project. We talk about other libraries in the same sp…
 
The Guinea Pigs are squeaking with delight! Find out why on this episode of VetaHumanz Live! Learn more about MORPH MOUSE and other VetaHumanz at www.VetaHumanz.org Thanks for listening to VetaHumanz Live! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe, rate, and share this podcast with your friends on social media. VetaHumanz Live! is a product…
 
Joining us in conversation today is Nathan Willson all the way from Tokyo, Japan. Listeners will learn about the polyglot landscape he works in from Japan, why he believes knowing a language, and mastering it, are two different things, and what his first foray into coding looked like. We touch on the necessary evil of MIDI plugins, and Nathan intro…
 
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…
 
Dominic Letz did something I thought was impossible. He got an Elixir application packaged up, approved, and available through the Apple App Store on iOS devices. The application runs Elixir on the device, creates a web view, and hosts Phoenix LiveView pages. They went further and created a bridge to integrate with more of the platform specific fea…
 
This week we are joined by Sanne Kalkman, former teacher turned software engineer. Currently, Sanne works at CodeSandbox, where she's one of two Elixir developers responsible for the backend. When she's not coding, you'll probably find her either 25 browser tabs deep into a new CS topic, learning yet another new hobby, or behind her sewing machine,…
 
Tobi Pfeiffer, creator of Benchee, joins the show to share his perspective on benchmarking and Elixir integrations. The hosts start by bantering with Tobi about the Elixir community, deeming it less inviting compared to other language communities. Tobi then shares his career progression, how he landed in the Elixir ecosystem, and why he created Ben…
 
Dave Lucia released version 2.0 of AvroEx, an Elixir library for working with Avro protocols and schemas. To understand Avro, we need an overview of the whole Kafka-centric flow! He gives us a taste of the Enterprise soup of JVM tools used for populating data lakes, all for the business benefit of data analysis and machine learning. We may work on …
 
This double guest episode features Cassidy Williams, Head of Developer Experience and Education and Tobi Pfeiffer, Staff Engineer from Remote. This fast growing Elixir company provides HR support to clients who are hiring internationally. In this fascinating fast-paced conversation Cassidy and Tobi discuss how Remote works, the explosive growth it …
 
In this episode of VetaHumanz Live! we’ll learn how to spread the positive energy of VetaHuman KNIGHT WOLF to walk through walls and make everyone’s day brighter! Learn more about KNIGHT WOLF and other VetaHumanz at www.VetaHumanz.org Thanks for listening to VetaHumanz Live! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe, rate, and share this po…
 
In this Episode we talk with Chase Granberry of Supabase discussing the role of Elixir and other languages at the company. Upcoming developments and potential directions that the company may take. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs Links Demo Site GitHub: Supabase / realtime-js stressgrid.com Logflare Supabase Picks Allen - Phoenix LiveV…
 
José Valim returns for part 4 in our 5 part series as we count down to the 10 year anniversary of the Elixir project we know and love! In Part 4, we talk through the Elixir releases of 1.10, 1.11, and 1.12. We go deeper on the philosophy of “explicit vs implicit” and how that informs many design decisions about the language. We learn about how Elix…
 
Today’s guest is Devon Estes, who leads the third-party integration team at Remote, a company that uses technology to make it easier for other companies to hire remote employees (not contractors, actual employees) from over 100 countries across the world. Prior to working at Remote (which he loves, as you'll hear today), Devon was a freelancer and …
 
Eric Sullivan joins the mix to discuss Project Severus. He started out with greeting carts and it grew into a way of sharing and keeping up on contact information. He dives into how it works and then into the technical details of how he build it. This is an interesting discussion about the architecture and design of the system. Sponsors Top End Dev…
 
The recent announcement of Rustler Precompiled prompted a lot of interest and questions. We talk with Philip Sampaio to understand what he created and what problem it helps solve. The project helps lower the bar for using Rust libraries for NIFs in Elixir making it possible to see more libraries using Rustler in the future. He explains what prompte…
 
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