Elixir Outlaws Podcast
Amos, Anna and Chris come together for the next episode of Elixir Outlaws.
This week the hosts talk about quarantine, and Amos and Chris somehow get on the subject of gardening. And they all talk about their anxieties and how the pandemic is affecting their lives.
Amos and Chris discuss abstractions and the differences between abstraction and encapsulation. In the end, Chris only wants to write SQL queries and run them.
Live from Lonestar Elixir. Amos and Anna are joined by multiple friends of the show.
Chris and Anna discuss strategies for dealing with long running projects. Chris asks Anna for advice on being a better mentor.
This week kicks off with a discussion on productivity and habits. Amos is trying to learn how to focus and Chris decides that the best way to be productive is to be productive. The main topic this week is about refactoring and TDD. Chris believes refactoring isn’t a real word and goes to great lengths to explain why.
This week the hosts discuss weekly reviews, telemetry, recent shakeups in the community, and how to make service communication more efficient.
This week Chris and Amos are joined by friend of the show and author of Real-Time Phoenix, Steve Bussey. They discuss Steve’s book release, Phoenix Channels, creative ways to use GenStage, and the best (worst) practices to use when building a library.
This week kicks off with Chris explaining why Ultimate Frisbee is a dumb game. The hosts talk about Norm updates and why we should re-write everything in rust. Chris explains the thesis of So Good They Can’t Ignore you. This leads to a discussion about how to find challenging problems.
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