Erlang & Elixir Factory SF Bay Area 2017 – Early Bird Conference Tickets Are Now On Sale


By Erlang Solutions | Published: January 13, 2017



Between 23 – 24 March is your chance to learn from the creators of some of the most exciting programming languages in use today.

Join friends and peers for a West Coast Elixir and Erlang adventure in exciting San Francisco. Join an Elixir Core Team Member, Andrea Leopardi, as he shows us ‘How to Design a Software Library.’ Learn why making Elm apps with a Phoenix backend is the most productive software development experience in Josh Adams’ life.

Danni Friedland, lead developer at eBay, talks about how to handle ‘Billions of Events Per Day with Elixir’ and Peter Hastie, from Bleacher Report, shows us how we can set up a supervised GenStage application to process data in flight. Full details can be seen on the website here.

Early Bird tickets now on sale go here and secure 25% saving on the standard price.

 

EEF17 is on 23 – 24 March. Training is on 20 – 22 and 27 – 30 March. Tutorials are on 25 March.

Early Bird Conference Tickets Are Now On Sale

Between 23 – 24 March is your chance to learn from the creators of some of the most exciting programming languages in use today. Join friends and peers for a West Coast Elixir and Erlang adventure in wonderful San Francisco, plus we’ve already arranged the hotel for you to stay at at a discounted rate.

Clash of the titans, Joe Armstrong, the Co-creator of Erlang interviews Larry Wall, the creator of Perl. Brian Troutwine and Chad Fowler will also be giving Keynote talks. Christopher Meiklejohn presents Loqaut, a design for large-scale actor programming on the Erlang virtual machine. Join an Elixir Core Team Member, Andrea Leopardi, as he shows us ‘How to Design a Software Library.’ Learn why making Elm apps with a Phoenix backend is the most productive software development experience in Josh Adams’ life. Mark Allen uses the Sagas pattern in Erlang, Danni Friedland, lead developer at eBay, talks about how to handle ‘Billions of Events Per Day with Elixir’ and Peter Hastie, from Bleacher Report, shows us how we can set up a supervised GenStage application to process data in flight.

Full details can be seen on the website.

You would not want to miss the secrets these leaders in their fields will share, get involved in the future development of Elixir and Erlang. The conference has a tradition of in-depth technical talks, view the videos from last year.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJ9ckqCMiKk&list=PLWbHc_FXPo2i4xDdRd-sGvZZiKjSABOk4

Reserve your space, go to the website now to buy your EEF17 Early Bird conference ticket, as well as your training and tutorial tickets.
http://www.erlang-factory.com/sfbay2017/

These sell fast so secure your place and save almost 25% on the standard price.

EEF17 is on 23 – 24 March. Training is on 20 – 22 and 27 – 30 March. Tutorials are on 25 March.



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