The EEF participates in many events related to the BEAM Community.
Elixir Sydney is currently teamed up with Elixir Melbourne to form Elixir Australia, your one-stop online meetup for all things Elixir in the land down under!
If not updated on the meetup page, you can find our scheduled list of speakers on our Github repo issues page, located at https://github.com/elixirsydney/elixirsydney/issues This is also the place where we’d love you to submit a talk of your own to teach us all about what you’ve been doing with Elixir! Submit an issue, and one of the organisers will get you scheduled for the next meetup.
Beginners are more than welcome to participate, and this a great chance to get started and get help from more experienced Elixir developers.
A Zoom link to the meetup is provided closer to the date of each individual meetup, so keep an eye out on specific meetup pages for when it drops.
Hope to see you at the next meetup!Learn More →
SmartLogic’s Elixir Wizards |> Conference is an Elixir Phoenix community event that will take place online over two half-days: Wednesday, June 16th and Thursday, June 17th, 2021.
Like our podcast, the Elixir Wizards |> Conference focuses on bringing people together from across the Elixir community and evangelizing the benefits of the platform to the greater development community.
This virtual conference will feature a mix of presentation formats, including a couple of keynotes, leadership panel discussions, short format talks, and of course, some quality networking time!Learn More →
It’s been a long, long time without an in-person conference to keep the Erlang community feeling close! Enough is enough. Peer and Garrett, missing our informal and always life transforming exchanges at pubs after conferences, though we’d organize a Toucan based global reunion. If you’re not familiar with Toucan, it’s a novel chat platform that lets people socialize with a bit more pizzazz than Slack. This is an informal get together but expect to learn something. Probably about yourself. For North American attendees, given the global nature of the event, we’re starting early. Yes, this is your excuse to day drink. Even if it’s soda water. It’s a pub reunion! Feel free to organize local in-person pods to call in from, provided it’s COVID safe and supported. Looking forward to reuniting!Learn More →
After the long pandemic pause, let’s hit the ground with a warm online event. Because it’s summer and brilliant minds coming together 😄
If you’re up to giving a lightning talk, please, check that your browser supports screen sharing on https://meet.jit.si/ (Chrome usually works well).
🎉 We may have a good time 🎉
P.S. HH.ex is not your regular bite-sized conference. This is an inclusive space, organized from the local Elixir community for the local Elixir community. We rely on your input! Everything regarding this meetup is organized in public.
📣 We are always looking for content, if you’d like to give a talk or prepare a coding kata please join us. ℹ️ https://github.com/hh-ex/planningLearn More →
The OW2 open source community annual conference will take place, online, June 23-24, 2021. This year OW2con’21 theme is ‘Leveraging the European Open Source Ecosystem’. With 36 sessions, the conference will address the many challenges of ensuring a sustainable European open source ecosystem. Please, check the conference program and register for free at: https://www.ow2con.orgLearn More →
Presentación de José Luis Esteban Aparicio, arquitecto de software, experimentado programador, miembros de diversas comunidades de lenguajes de programación, HaskellMAD, Elixir, C++, Python, Scala entre otras. También miembro de HackMadrid. A sus conocimientos y vasta experiencia se le une una gran capacidad didáctica.
Eric Raymond en su libro “Cómo ser un Hacker”. info en este link: (https://blog.faztweb.com/2018/05/como-ser-un-hacker-por-eric-s-raymond.html), explicaba la necesidad de saber programar, la considera una de la habilidades básicas de un hacker, entre otras tantas.
José Luis Esteban Aparicio nos plantea al lenguaje de programacion Elixir como un herramienta de hacking. Nos explicará la historia de Elixir, sus características y tambien la historia de Roger Valim su creador (fue uno de los pricipales contribuyente de Rubí) quién es considerado como de los grandes hackers de la programción. Programación funcional, concurrencia, paralelismo, erlang… y phoenix/liveview.
Un repaso completo de sus características y sus usos en el mundo del hacking.
Se podrán realizar preguntas específicas, al final de la presentación, a José Luis. Realmente agradecemos a José Luis que comparta sus conocimientos con nuestra comunidad.Learn More →
Join the only North American conference to cover all of the BEAM languages, including Erlang and Elixir.
This year the in-person event has been moved to November and will take place in a new location - Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA (30 minutes drive from SFO Airport, 15 minutes drive from SJC Airport).
Created for developers, by developers, Code BEAM SF is dedicated to bringing the best minds in the Erlang and Elixir communities together to SHARE. LEARN. INSPIRE. over two days.Learn More →