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The 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 show. Elixir Outlaws, 02/22/2022 On today’s episode of the Elixir Outlaws, Amos and Sean are going to talk about authentication and authorization in applications as well as creating starter applic…
 
The 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 show. Elixir Outlaws, 19/02/2022 On today’s episode of the Elixir Outlaws, Chris Keathley and Sean Cribbs are going to talk about Embedded Systems, Microcontrollers, Rust, Raspberry Pi, Zig, etc. …
 
The 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 show. Elixir Outlaws, 09/02/2022 On today’s episode of the Elixir Outlaws, Amos and Sean are going to talk about what other models and frameworks are out there for building web apps. The plug has …
 
The 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 show. Elixir Outlaws, 01/25/2021 On today’s episode of the Elixir Outlaws, Amos and Sean are going to share their technical knowledge and insight on various topics. Amos has been doing a lot of su…
 
The 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 show. Elixir Outlaws, 01/19/2021 On today’s episode of the Elixir Outlaws, Sean Cribbs and Amos will talk about WASM (Web assembly) to implement some core parts of the app and discuss the server-s…
 
The 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 show. On today’s episode of the Elixir Outlaws, Sean Cribbs and Amos King are going to talk about Sports of Sorts. Amos shares some driving wisdom and his fondness for silent thoughts. Sean and Am…
 
The 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 show. On today’s episode of the Elixir Outlaws, Sean Cribbs and Amos King are going to talk about the Elixir Conference. Amos talks about his ordeal to reach the Elixir Conference, his flight cont…
 
Anna, Sean, and Amos talk about what they do to take a break, and follow it up with how to get started on hard problems when there is no clear path forward. The 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 show. Support Elixir Outlaws…
 
The main topic this week is behaviours and protocols and when to use both. Chris, inspired by the wisdom of Quinn Wilton, thinks that its probably incorrect to use Behaviours to define public interfaces for APIs. Protocols seem to fit the bill better. Both hosts agree that the best kind of dependency injection is just called, "passing arguments to …
 
This week, Chris, Amos, and Anna talk about conferences, strange loop, and how hard re-entering the real world has been. But, the main topic is copilot. Surprising absolutely no one, everyone has strong opinions. A transcript of this episode is available on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-98-machine-laundering/ Suppor…
 
This weeks show kicks off with discussion on Ecto. Amos claims that Chris made some bold statements about relations which Chris fervently denies. The topic eventually shifts to Chris's recent blog post on writing more maintainable elixir code. Transcript is available on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-97-successfully-…
 
This week kicks off with a discussion on ETS tables and the various ways that they can be used. Chris talks about his experience utilizing ETS tables at Bleacher Report in order to optimize some of their critical paths and build reliability. The conversation then shifts into the various tools and techniques that Bleacher Report utilized to build re…
 
This week, the hosts are hanging out at ElixirConf Africa. They discuss improvements to Elixir, community building, and ways that the Elixir community can continue to improve. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-95-elixir-conf-africa-2021/ Special Guests: Collins Mucheru, Shua…
 
Chris has started a new job at frame.io, and he's just getting settled in. Amos has questions and Chris describes his process for learning the history of a code base as quickly as possible. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-93-the-story-of-the-code/ Support Elixir Outlaws…
 
This week the outlaws are live at CodeBeam and are shucking, jiving, and some combination of the two. They're also answering questions from the community. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-92-outlaws-live-at-code-beam-v/ Support Elixir Outlaws…
 
Amos, Anna, and Chris start off the show discussing the morality of making promises you can't keep, then spend the rest of the episode discussing the ups and downs of past conference talks. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-91-i-promise-not-to-take-your-cows/ The Elixir Outl…
 
After confirming that there is indeed a Kansas City, Missouri, the Outlaws discuss Amos's new projects using Phoenix and some LiveView, then opine about CSS, Wallaby, and testing, before closing with brief commentary on Nyx. Shout outs to Friends of The Show : Frank Herbert and Mitch Hanberg. https://www.mitchellhanberg.com/projects/ https://twitte…
 
Chris skipped his normal pre-podcast prep and is trying to make up for it. Amos wants to know more about what Chris does to prep; a topic which is interesting to literally no one. Quotes are missatributed as the hosts turn to the main topic of the week: What makes for good design. Chris claims to have a specific design sense but has no idea if its …
 
Chris has recently become the owner of a 3D printer and he agrees with everyone else; 3D printing is really cool. The main topic this week is Mnesia and all of the ways that its possible to "break it". Chris and Amos discuss why Mnesia has a bad reputation, where it is a good fit, and how to mitigate some of the issues. A transcript is available fo…
 
This week kicks off with a discussion of Amos’s reading list. Around the 30 minute mark, the topic shifts to some idle speculation about the benchmarks Jose has been teasing. Towards the end of the discussion, Chris explains his frustration with "modern infrastructure" and programmers chosing complex solutions that they don't need. A transcript is …
 
Chris has been drawing maps for his DnD game and he's pretty proud of them. Amos is trying to order events and has questions about hybrid logical clocks. This leads to a discussion of what ordering even is and why its such a problem in distributed systems. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.c…
 
Chris has introduced Amos to Japandroids and its going pretty well. There is a quick discussion of embarassing punk music before the show shifts from music outlaws back to elixir outlaws. Chris is thirsty for some elixir news and Amos wants to know how Chris Gets Things Done :tm:. The guys discuss how they cultivate their personal skill sets, how t…
 
Chris has a soundboard and he's not afraid to use it. This week, Amos and Chris discuss planning for failures, overload, distributed transactions, and resilience. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-84-the-g-stands-for-garbage/ Support Elixir Outlaws…
 
This week, the hosts are joined by friend of the show: Jeff Weiss. They discuss when its better to build your own solution, TLA+, fountain pens, and writing letters. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-83-the-seven-levels-of-shell/ Special Guest: Jeff Weiss. Support Elixir Out…
 
This week kicks off with a large dose of 2020 ennui. Chris recommends that they move on rapidly since no one wants to listen to complaining about the state of the world. It turns out that Chris is currently using LiveView. The consensus is that LiveView is pretty cool even though it took 4 hours to get a modal to work. The Elixir Outlaws now have a…
 
Anna has a new espresso machine and both Chris and Amos are very jealous. Chris wonders how Anna is going to make good coffee without someone judging her. The main topic kicks off around the 22 minute mark. Amos is hiring and wants advice on how to conduct better interviews. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: htt…
 
This week starts with a discussion of Dungeons and Dragons and how great it is. Amos and Chris agree that roll20 is janky, but - like emacs - it’s lovably janky. The main discussion is about modeling problems using data structures instead of processes. The guys agree that manipulating data with pure functions is a good thing and that the tricky par…
 
Chris wants a new, costly keyboard and is willing to use ad hoc justifications to acquire it. Amos thinks its totally reasonable which means its either totally reasonable or totally not reasonable. The conversation turns to contracting and how contracting is different than working for a product company (beyond the obvious tax implications). Chris b…
 
This week starts with the customary COVID updates. Chris feels that the south is intellectually bankrupt, a claim no one is willing to refute. Seriously though, how hard is it to wear a mask? Mercifully, the conversation quickly shifts when Chris solicits feedback from the other hosts on his notion that business logic isn't a Real Thing :tm:. Anna …
 
This week Chris talks about why he doesn't like the idea of Business Logic. To absolutely no ones surprise, the conversation is mostly a semi-coherent, one-sided rant. A transcript is available for this episode on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-77-im-here-to-tear-it-all-down/ Support Elixir Outlaws…
 
Hey everyone. We actually recorded this episode back in April during the early stages of lockdown and right after my neighborhood was hit by a tornado. Unfortunately it got lost in the shuffle. We just found it while cleaning out our past recordings. There’s very little technical discussion and no discussion of Elixir. We spent most of the time jok…
 
This week the hosts are giving a Keynote at ElixirConfEU. The show kicks off with a discussion on remote conferences and how to build community online. The hosts then transition into answering audience questions. A transcript for this episode is available here: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-75-is-this-the-keynote/ Support Elixir Outlaws…
 
Chris recently replaced some Ruby with some Elixir. The guys discuss what it takes to rewrite a service, why Elixir is a good choice when you need to do more than one thing at a time, and the benefit of choosing tools that your team understands. Transcript is available as a blog on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-74-a…
 
This week, Chris is eating while recording. Luckily, the bar for this podcast has been set so low that no one will be surprised. Amos wants to know when you should use telemetry instead of sending metrics directly from your app code. This leads to a discussion on how Bleacher Report uses telemetry, some established telemetry conventions, and how th…
 
This week Amos is joined by friend of the show Martin Gausby for a discussion on types, open source projects, and emacs. Transcript is avaiable as a blog on Binary Noggin's website: https://binarynoggin.com/blog/episode-72-now-you-know-what-a-monad-is/ Special Guests: Connor Rigby and Martin Gausby. Support Elixir Outlaws…
 
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