My experience at the Annual European Ruby Conference in Budapest.
Brief introduction on how to set up Spacemacs for Ruby development, including RSpec and Rubocop.
On occasion your Elixir is going to want to interact with an external program. This may be for speed, but more likely you are going to want to take advantage of a library that has been written in C. The most common options are using Ports and Native Interface Functions (NIFs).
A 'non-technical' explanation as to why Agile Estimation is hard.
For various reasons, may people are not fond of GenEvent. Here are some examples of using some good alternatives for broadcasting and subscribing to types of event: gproc, Phoenix PubSub, and the new process registry to be included in Elixir 1.4.
This is part five of the blog post series "Large organisations find Lean UX hard, it’s not them, it’s us!", based on my talks at UXCambridge and UXScotland. In this post we'll look at how we might more effectively navigate the politics of large organisations.
Large organisations find Lean UX hard, it’s not them, it’s us! - Part Four: Speak Simply, Teach Gently And Derisk The Process
This is part four of the blog post series "Large organisations find Lean UX hard, it’s not them, it’s us!", based on my talks at UXCambridge and UXScotland. In this post we'll cover more tips, techniques and suggestions that will help you communicate more effectively with large organisations.
This post will cover some ways we can extend our remit and elevate the conversation to a more strategic level.
In this post, I'd like to share my number one approach to improve our situation today. Outcomes.
Elixir Nerves is awesome, but it make it awkward to test your code on your development computer - especially if it is not Linux. Here I explain how to overcome that hurdle.