Dive deep into a topic, learning both how and why things work.
Written for programmers, the pace is fast and the content skips all the basic stuff you already know. Each course includes hours of videos, course notes, quizzes, exercises, and sample code.
Elixir for Programmers, 2nd edition
You're a programmer, and you want to learn Elixir, Phoenix, and LiveView. You don't want to sit through lessons on syntax or lists of library functions. You want to know where stuff goes, what it does, and how to exploit Elixir's unique features.
Let me show you just how great Elixir is. You'll build a simple game engine using two separate components, and turn it into a service. Then you'll add three different front ends: a console client, an HTML client, and a LiveView SPA client. Along the way you'll see how the functional nature of Elixir, combined with the unique distributed nature of the underlying runtime, let you do all of this in a module, scalable, and elegant way.
Rated: 4.8/5 stars (first edition)
Talks and ConversationsIndex
One of the ways I clarify my thoughts is to stand up in front of people and try to explain them. Here are a few recent examples:
- I Write Bad Elixir. So Do You!
- Why the Future is Parallel
- Agile is Dead (Goto Amsterdam, 2015)
- Limmerence (Ruby Rogues, 2015)
- Closing Keynote (RubyConf Australia, 2013)
- . . .
I've also collected a more complete list of some of the conference talks, videos, and podcast interviews.
Articles & Posts
I don't always blog, but when I do, you'll find it here.