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Justin Schneck
Co-Author of Nerves Project
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Justin Schneck Aug 5
Replying to @bryanjos
This is awesome, congratulations!!
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Very Jul 24
Next week — join us to hear from SimpleBet kick off the Nerves in Action web series with his talk "Hardware for Software Engineers." Register here: .
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SmartLogic Jul 10
A week from today we have a special treat headed your way - live stream Elixir Wizards Dojo recording from 11AM-1PM ET. Featuring Nerves experts and Qs from the community!
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Frank Kumro Jun 15
While I wait for more sensors and a charge controller I managed to be productive. Mounted the solar panel that will power the weather station. 100w polycrystalline panel is overkill but that’s how I build things!
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Matteo Joliveau 🇪🇺 Jun 7
This weekend I studied and Scenic I'm never doing anything IoT/connected on any stack that is not Elixir and the BEAM. Never
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Justin Schneck May 31
I feel like a human 3D printer when I mow my lawn. I need the lawn mower equivalent of dual extrusion.
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Justin Schneck May 29
I’m happy to report that I’ve since cleaned my office.
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Nerves May 28
Thanks to Nerves core team member , we now have an STM32MP1 port. It's a cool part with dual A7s for Erlang and Elixir, and an M4 for code more suited for a microcontroller.
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Justin Schneck May 27
Sad, but it will give us time to craft a production that makes remote hardware hands on sessions comfortable for everyone.
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Mark Ericksen May 11
Elixir online meetup! presents on "Building the Tesla of your dreams out of a 1950's golf cart. An intro to Nerves." If you miss meeting with friends to talk about the cool stuff they're doing with Elixir then join us!
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Konstantin Zolotarev Apr 28
And new is on the way. It's going to be legen... Wait for it...
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Justin Schneck Apr 28
Lance got me hooked on Sichuan cooking through Fuchsia’s books. Now I’m expanding my hydroponic garden to grow chilies to fuel my cooking addiction. I’ve also planted my Farmbot and started making sourdough bread.
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Stevie Graham Apr 26
I've been going deep on this weekend and I'm just blown away by how prolific is. The sheer volume of supporting libs he's written (fwup, muon trap, vintage_net, etc, the list goes on) that make nerves work under the covers is incredible.
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NervesConf Apr 27
Haven't submitted a talk for yet? There's still time (but not much)! Our CFP closes on 4/30. We're especially interested in hearing about people using in production. Apply here:
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Very Apr 16
Have you seen 's new look yet? Check out the updated version of their website to learn why so many organizations (Very included) choose Nerves to add agility to their IoT development cycles:
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Christopher Coté Mar 31
If anyone has any Elixir work, I'm available for contracts immediately. Embedded or back end. A lot of k8s/ops Elixir experience as well.
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Nicd Mar 24
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Code BEAM Mar 5
You'd think we could take connectivity for granted. devices in particular are dependant on connectivity as functionality moves to the cloud ☁️. Nerves co-author is on the stage right now discussing IoT network connectivity!
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todd resudek Mar 5
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NervesConf Mar 5
Find rocking his NervesConf t-shirt at . Who knows, he might give you a code for 15% off your ticket!
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