Tuesday, 31st October in London

This meetup was organised by Elixir London in October 2017


Are you interested in learning how to make an acceptable chat application with Elixir? Want to know more about CAP theorem? Don't miss this month's Elixir London!

All Chat Applications: Lesson 2

Elixir is a powerful tool. In just 15 minutes you can have an acceptable chat application. Here endeth the blog post, but wait, you have more questions...

• How do you deploy your application?

• Is Docker necessary, or even useful?

• What about service discovery, secrets, load balancing and other cloud flavoured issues?

Let's take that chat application and make it scalable, fault-tolerant and available. Using concrete examples I will provide solutions to all these questions and maybe even more.

Peter Saxton

Currently building rich web applications at my company Workshop 14. Previously started a PhD developing components for quantum computers. Left because the real world has a much faster feedback loop. Enjoys working with Ruby, Elixir and JavaScript. p.s. also erlang, Typescript, Python, Haskell, Ocaml, Kotlin, labview, D and scala. Will take any opportunity to get immersed in the Great Outdoors.

Why Everybody Is Wrong About CAP Theorem

An introduction to CAP theorem, what it means, and the properties of various distributed data stores. Touching on the storage options available in Erlang/Elixir, including ETS, mnesia and Riak.

Sam Davies

Sam is a Rails and Elixir core contributor. He previously co-founded ProGolfMe - a startup that put students in touch with golf coaches via a smartphone app. Currently he spends is building scalable, reliable backend systems at Nested and when not writing code you can find him in the gym training Muay Thai.

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