Every application contains bugs, and even if it doesn't, it will. And even if you're not a notorious bug producer and your code quality is generally good, the conditions programmers work in are often suboptimal - you will often find yourself pulling your hair out over code written years ago by someone no longer involved in your project.
For a while, I’ve been looking for a perfect way to construct Ecto Queries. At Curiosum we came through a couple of iterations and eventually ended up with a solution that you may call resource-based query modules.
Elixir is not magic - despite being easy to write in and learn, you need a strong foundation. In this short article, I will give you my personal list of things that are necessary (or at least very much a “should-have”) for Junior Elixir developers.
With their business challenges mounting, organizations look to people like us to succeed. One of our partners – Digiforma from Lyon, France – needed a development team fast, but recruiting was hard and expensive.
When a marketing company needs top developers, the search is on. Our partner, Staenk, was precisely in this spot - but then they found us! Read a short interview with Staenk CEO and Founder we conducted this week!
Staying on top of our game as developers can mean stalking new libraries and updates to our favourite languages. Maybe reading some industry blogs. But I never wanted to be a narrow-minded specialist – and that is why I enjoy a weird podcast or two every day.