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Elixir Meetup

date 12.01.2022
date 18:00 (CET)

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Krzysztof Kempiński

Krzysztof Kempiński

RELIABILITY OF ELIXIR & ERLANG

I have been working in the IT industry since 2005. I professionally deal with the backend development of web applications and the management of IT departments. In my career, I have played many roles: a programmer, team leader, CTO and co-owner of a Software House. In addition, I host the podcast “Let’s talk about IT”, appear at conferences and get involved in the development of podcasting in Poland.

Michał Buszkiewicz

Michał Buszkiewicz

DEBUGGING ELIXIR CODE - THE TOOLS, THE MINDSET

Expert in Elixir, Phoenix Framework and related technologies. Before that, he cut his teeth on designing Ruby on Rails applications, with a love for out-of-the-box solutions. A developer trainer in Ruby, Rails, Git, SQL, JavaScript, currently, inside Curiosum, he trains junior Elixir developers.

About the presentation: There are numerous authorization libraries for Phoenix Framework - Michał will show you why none of those does it right and how we’re crafting the ecosystem’s first access control library that integrates seamlessly with both Plug and LiveView and perhaps more than that.

Szymon Soppa

Szymon Soppa

STRUCTURING ELIXIR & PHOENIX PROJECT - OUR APPROACH

Szymon is an experienced developer and CEO at Curiosum. He led multiple outsourcing projects in different industries and founded an event discovery startup with tens of thousands of downloads on app stores.

About the presentation: The cost of developer time is expensive, you don’t want to waste it! One of our goals in day-to-day development is to optimize things, and that’s exactly what we should do to our CIs to reduce badly spent developer time and engage him in something more productive.

In this talk, I’ll guide you through some steps we implemented in CI at Curiosum, as well as propose a local CI setup that can be shared across your team. In short: check as much as possible in an automated way, and do not waste time on things you don’t have to in Code Review and daily development.

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