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SkillsCast

All Chat Applications: Lesson 2

31st October 2017 in London at CodeNode

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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.

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All Chat Applications: Lesson 2

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.

SkillsCast

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.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

All Chat Applications: Lesson 2

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.