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  • Polymorphism in Elixir – Mustafa Turan
    2017-03-15 medium.com

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    Polymorphism is the provision of a single interface to entities of different types. Basically, it allows different data types respond to same function. So the same function shapes for different data types to accomplish the same behaviour. Elixir language has ‘protocols’ to implement polymorphism with a clean way. https://medium.com/@mustafaturan/polymorphism-in-elixir-cd0c765b6929#.2qkq5vstm ...


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  • ExMachina 2.0 – Cast Away
    2017-03-13 thoughtbot.com

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    ExMachina is a library for creating test data in Elixir. We’ve made a number of improvements and bug fixes since 1.0. Read on for notable changes, or checkout the CHANGELOG for a full list of changes.     https://robots.thoughtbot.com/ex-machina-2-cast-away ...


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  • Making a Mailing Microservice with Elixir and RabbitMQ
    2017-03-10 semaphoreci.com

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    At Rendered Text, we like to decompose our applications into microservices. These days, when we have an idea, we think of its implementation as a composition of multiple small, self-sustaining services, rather than an addition to a big monolith.   https://semaphoreci.com/blog/2017/03/07/making-mailing-microservice-with-elixir-and-rabbitmq.html ...


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  • New webinar: Building a Global Multiparty Video Chat Platform for Developers
    2017-03-09 Erlang Central

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    Wednesday 29 March 2017 | 10:00 PDT / 13:00 EDT / 18:00 GMT This week, Erlang Solutions announceed their upcoming webinar, Building a Global Multiparty Video Chat Platform for Developers, in partnership with Vidyo. Join Erlang Solutions and guest speaker Nicholas Reid who will draw on his experience as Senior Vice President of Product Management at Vidyo to discuss the process of building a multiparty, cloud-based developer platform. Building a Global Multiparty Video Ch ...


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  • Riot Messaging Service | Riot Games Engineering
    2017-03-03 riotgames.com

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    Hey there! My name is Michal 0xDEADB33F Ptaszek, and I’m a software architect at Riot. Today I would like to talk about communication. But not the kind of communication you’re probably thinking of. I want to talk about the other, more exciting kind of communication: LoL players communicating with chat servers during a tense game; authentication servers communicating with the LoL client on login; microservices that route state changes between clients in the middle of the night - you know, tha ...


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  • Write Your First Macro — Elixir Meta Programming – blackoders – Medium
    2017-02-27 medium.com

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    I love the phrase "code that writes the code". It is just like having third hand to the programmer, which allows him to write his own features to programming language as an extension and allowing him to write powerful libraries to his project. Meta programming is a boost feature for the programmers to build his own content, literally adding an extra cheese. https://medium.com/blackode/write-your-first-macro-elixir-meta-programming-31037e1d83bf#.rt01lmfls ...


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  • Launching AppSignal for Elixir
    2017-02-27 appsignal.com

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    And it’s a go! After many months of hard work and incorporating feedback from about fifty early adopters, we’re officially launching AppSignal for Elixir today. It’s the first fully featured platform providing error tracking and performance insights for Elixir and Phoenix applications. http://blog.appsignal.com/2017/02/24/launching-appsignal-for-elixir.html ...


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