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(((Thrill Science))) ✡️ 7h
"Push-To-Talk" walkie-talkie style with people near you. No download, no registration: Just Talk (All written in , , and C++)
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moonlight_local 9h
0 Erlang developers are available to join your team today!
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Miriam Pena Oct 16
Would you like to work on adistributed high scale adserver infrastructure handling hundreds of thousands of requests per second running on the Erlang VM. Im hiring for my team. Remotes are ok! Great work-life balance. Reach out if you are interested!
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Code BEAM Oct 22
Don't forget! Call for talks for closes at midnight tomorrow! Submit your and Elixir talks now!
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Sergey Prokhorov 12h
It took 2#1001_0001_0100 hours for this PR to be merged, but finally it is!
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Franz Bettag Oct 18
Step a) install erlang Step b) install elixir Step c) install some shit with mix Step d) try to generate your project with mix Step e) generator asks stuff, Y Step f) fail miserably because the generator cannot complete and you have no idea why in a nutshell
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Jorge Garrido 11h
Quetzal 0.1.10 is now published to hex, now support state to render components conditionally and other improvements. This is how a simple dashboard with live updates and cross-filtering looks like (all components has been created with Quetzal)
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Laura M. Castro Oct 17
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𝕯𝖒𝖎𝖙𝖗𝖞 14h
Exiting news from . They are using my cache library () for awhile in they systems.
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Magdas Adrian 22h
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Code BEAM 19h
Today is your last chance to make it onto the speaker lineup! Submit your talk before midnight PDT tonight!
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Shane Charles Oct 21
I don’t know why, but every time I fly to a conference I want to build something in .
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Code BEAM 12h
We're planning to add more one-day workshop-style OTP, , , and tutorials to the Code BEAM SF lineup! 💪 But we need you to tell us which two-day options you'd prefer to take these tutorials on. Keep in mind, the conference is Thur/Fri:
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bpmn.io Oct 15
Executing in , visualizing it with . Cool project:
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WorksHub 10h
Checkout EXANTE on WorksHub Est.
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Janis Pauls 5h
Replying to @heinz_gies @rustlang
Also I trust code written by developers
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Mathieu Kerjouan Oct 21
Fighting against code entropy and for code quality every single day. Its a hard job, teaching developpers and administrators about these problems are not a panacea. Thanks to , and , they make me believing that making good software is always possible.
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Erlang Solutions Oct 21
Meet our former economist who has coded in Python, Perl, C++ and Java before finding the BEAM. Now, he's trying to break a world record with his dog Bonnie.
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Dr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊) Oct 22
26 - Romailler and Amiet - Reaping and Breaking Keys at Scale When Meets Big Data - used
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Lyubomir Bozhinov 14h
A brilliant talk by the late and great Joe Armstrong (creator of the programming language) about fault-tolerant, and the challenges of building them the right way - a must-watch for every . via
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