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Scott Newcomer previews his EmberFest 2018 talk on principles.
Be careful what you capture when using anonymous functions with Task.Supervisor.
DockYard engineer, Luke Imhoff explains how to run debug functions in this ElxirConf 2018 presentation.
Alex Garibay explains how to avoid pitfalls when scaling concurrency to create high-performance applications.
Chris McCord explains LiveView, high-performance web app technology developed to create rich user experiences.
DockYard explores how embedded software and Nerves are shaping FarmBot's open source agriculture initiative.
Learn more about the latest iteration of Elixir's release tooling!
As the complexity of building websites has snowballed over the past two decades, the demand for front-end developers and designers with a wide range of skills has grown considerably. Enter the HTML/CSS Specialist.
How to solve some odd quirks with drag and drop elements on iOS
The design decisions that make the Erlang VM reliable also give it great concurrent performance
Postgres MVCC still takes locks internally, but you can avoid deadlocks through a consistent sorting of inserts
Learn how to pause the initialization of your Elixir/Nerves app to do anything you need.
The first in a series of posts about getting started with Vim sessions
What you gain from combining the expertise of Software Engineering, UXD, and Design
How to be notified when a command finishes running in the terminal
Using lolex timers to manage testing complicated time-based interactions
Improve your code's control flow and readability using Elxir's 'with' macro.