Elixir Outlaws Podcast
This week Chris and Amos discuss the benefits of vectors and the life changing magic of using a runtime with a good concurrency model.
Chris is back on coffee and is coming in hot. Amos attempts to talk through the new features in Elixir 1.10 while Chris constantly interjects, makes jokes and generally tries everyone’s patience. The hosts describe the benefits of Elixir becoming a stable and boring choice. They also make fun of Go.
Chris and Amos discuss SICP and how amazing it is. Amos is preparing to winterize and Chris is working on a prolog interpreter. Chris talks about the journey of using emacs and the journey’s inside of those journeys. Amos has been working with GenStage and Broadway. Chris knows nothing about Broadway and hasn’t ever found a problem that needed GenStage.
Amos King Chris Keathley Anna NeyzbergThe Elixir Outlaws now have a Patreon. If you’re enjoying the show then please consider throwing a few bucks our way to help us pay for the costs for the...