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Introduction to Elixir

Introduction to the language, and installation of Erlang and Elixir

Basic Elixir Syntax and Concepts

Learning the basics of the language, as well as how to run scripts.

Mix and Modules

Using the `mix` tool and defining modules, functions, and structs

Processes and Messaging

Processes are the unit of concurrency. We'll spawn some processes ...

Elixir Weekly Drip #1 and Exercise: String Upcaser Microservice

Further links for reading, and a gratuitous exercise to build a pr...

Intermediate Elixir Prep

Preparing to learn about managing state and testing.

Processes With State, and Agent

Managing state with processes and messaging, then seeing the Agent...

for Comprehensions

Handling enumerables and collections with power and grace.

Testing with ExUnit

An in-depth look at ExUnit, Test-Driven Development, and doctests.

Elixir Weekly Drip #2 and Exercise: Reverse Polish Notation Calculator

Links on documentation, `with`, control structures, Enumerables, a...

Preparing to Learn about OTP

A solution to the Reverse Polish Notation Calculator exercise, and...

GenServer and Supervisor

Building Generic Servers and Supervision Trees

Supervising Tasks and Agents

Using Supervisors to handle nuance within your Tasks and Agents.


Modeling a door with a numeric lock, to explore building Finite St...

Elixir Weekly Drip #3 and Exercise: Supervised RPN Calculator and Tape Printer

Interesting links and an exercise to build an RPN Calculator with ...