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Posts Tagged: Elixir

Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3 — Part 1

Parts one and two of the three reasons are Perl and Ruby, and it’s probably no surprise to anyone who knows me that Elixir is part three! Over the past few weeks I’ve actually been participating in the Elixir world,… Continue Reading →

Elixir’s fun. Surprise, surprise!

“The sound of surprise” was a used by Whitney Balliet, a jazz reviewer, to describe the magical nature of improvisation. I expect that’s where the title of a Bill Bruford’s Earthworks album came from, but before I discovered that the… Continue Reading →

Stumbling Through Elixir

I’m working my way through 30 Days of Elixir at a relaxed pace, and I’m starting to get a sense of the possible differences in approach between the languages I already know (procedural and OO) end Elixir. Today’s exercise (09-ping.exs)… Continue Reading →

Elixir the Language

I’ve started working with the language Elixir for fun after many months of meaning to have a go at it. The experience to date has been great. I’ve long been intending to get some experience with functional programming, having used… Continue Reading →