Elixir Course in Amsterdam March 14-17

By Erlang Central | Published: January 30, 2017


4 Days Course
Students will start by learning the basics of the Elixir language. Following that, the course turns to concurrency and students will learn the details of writing parallel and concurrent Elixir applications and the underlying concurrency capabilities provided by BEAM (the Erlang virtual machine).
The course shows the right way to write concurrent applications that will scale by using OTP Behaviours. At the completion of the courses, students will know how to build, test, and deploy a concurrent, distributed backend service applications.

The course contains the following topics:

Background Elixir/Erlang
Basic Elixir
Elixir Shell
Sequential Elixir
Concurrent Elixir
BEAM (Erlang virtual machine) internals
Process Design Patterns
Process Error Handling
Modules & Processes
Data Structures (Maps. Structs, Records, Binaries)
List comprehension
Funs and High-Order Functions
Macros & Language Features
Code Upgrading
Distributed Programming
Generic Servers
Phoenix for REST
Using Mix


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