This autumn Elixir Club 12 takes place in Kyiv, September 22!
We invite you to join Elixir Club 12. All of you, who are passionate about Elixir programming, create Elixir community. We want to gather you and make one day of September special, which will fill good mood, interesting topic to discuss and live communication. We believe that in this way we make a little part of Elixir history.
11:00 Registration and welcome coffee
11:30 Lexical and syntactic analysis tools in Erlang — Vjacheslav Brichkovskiy, Team Lead at Betinvest.
12:15 Coffee Break
12:30 Web of today — Alexander Khokhlov, Founder at Nots.io
13:15 Coffee Break
13:30 Lightning Talk
15:00 Releasing Elixir/Phoenix applications — Yaroslav Martsynyuk, Senior Software Engineer at Wise Engineering
15:45 Coffee Break
16:00 Real cases of Elixir in production — Alexey Osipenko, CTO at Cimon.io.
16:45 Coffee Break
17:00 Round Table
Discuss Elixir lang burning topics:
- Top things missing in Phoenix after moving from Rails.
- How are you deploying Elixir in production?
- How much of Elixir language are we really using? (are we using OTP to its fullest?)
- Things hard to do with Elixir (but was easy to do using my_previous_language).
- Elixir features we’re looking forward to.
- What libraries are still missing / immature in Elixir ecosystem?
Become a part of discussing.
More about Talks:
1) Releasing Elixir/Phoenix applications — Yaroslav Martsynyuk Senior Software Engineer at Wise Engineering
I will talk about how to deploy Elixir/Phoenix application to production and maintain it. I’ll share my own deployment experience and best practices that may help you become closer to running production applications on Elixir/Phoenix.
2) Web of
tomorrow today — Alexander Khokhlov, Founder at Nots.io
The rise of React and reactive programming on the frontend set new expectations for the backend side. Asynchronous notifications, collaborative editing, optimistic UI, working offline. All these fit badly into the existing web-2.0 paradigm. In this talk, Alexander shows what we can learn from the game industry and how Elixir, Phoenix+WebSockets could help in building modern web apps.
3) Real cases of Elixir in production — Alexey Osipenko, CTO at Cimon.io.
We actively use the Elixir in our projects, but the fact is that the Elixir is not a silver bullet and we do not write everything on Elixir. I would like to tell you how exactly we use it and where we’re definitely not going to use it.
4) Lexical and syntactic analysis tools in Erlang — Vjacheslav Brichkovskiy, Team Lead at Betinvest
We will be discuss about purpose of the yecc, leex modules, also will define concept of alphabet and formal grammatic, lexical and syntactic analysing. We will write together our own very sample language translated on beam code
Try yourself as a Speaker!
Elixir is a young language, so every developer can come forward and share experience, get a powerful feedback and supporting from a friendly community. We invite you to suggest your speech by filling in the form. Come to us and try yourself as a Speaker.
Also, you can feel free to discuss your problems or solutions on lightning talk. You could suggest your speech via filling in the form or writing down on the board during the conference.
We are welcome students for your willingness to learn and we give 50% discount via the promo code “student” Please send your student ID’s scan to make your registration on the event faster.
Also, we are welcome parents of a small baby
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