Adopting Elixir (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Wednesday, 20 June 2018

This book, based on the real-life strategies of the people who built the Elixir language and use it successfully at scale, picks up where most books on programming Elixir leave off. It's not intended to teach you to program Elixir, or to use any of its tools. Instead, authors Ben Marx, Jose Valim (creator of Elixir) and Bruce Tate guide you through the broader landscape and shows you a holistic approach to adopting the language.

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The book provides details of how Ben Marx and Bleacher Report maintain one of the highest-traffic Elixir applications; and how Bruce Tate's company trains Elixir engineers. It shares the techniques they've employed to design and ensure code consistency since Elixir's early days.

Authors: Ben Marx, Jose Valim and Bruce Tate
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: Mar 2018
Pages: 244
ISBN: 978-1680502527
Print: 1680502522
Kindle: B07C3G56JL
Audience: would-be Elixir developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages 

 

 

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