Elixir is a new Ruby-inspired programming language that uses the powerful concurrent machinery of Erlang behind the scenes. Cucumberl is a port of Cucumber to Erlang. Let's see what happens when we put them together.
In this talk, we'll discuss:
- How Erlang's concurrency makes it easier to write robust programs
- Elixir's approachable syntax
- How to test Erlang and Elixir programs using Cucumberl
Attendees will walk away with a solid introduction to the principles of Erlang, and an appreciation of the way Elixir brings the joy of Ruby to the solidity of the Erlang runtime.
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