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Elixir Outlaws is an informal discussion about interesting things happening in Elixir. Our goal is to capture the spirit of a conference hallway discussion in a podcast.

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Elixir Outlaws is an informal discussion about interesting things happening in Elixir. Our goal is to capture the spirit of a conference hallway discussion in a podcast.

    Episode 84: The G stands for Garbage

    Episode 84: The G stands for Garbage

    Chris has a soundboard and he's not afraid to use it.


    This week, Amos and Chris discuss planning for failures, overload, distributed transactions, and resilience.
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    Episode 83: The seven levels of shell

    Episode 83: The seven levels of shell

    This week, the hosts are joined by friend of the show: Jeff Weiss.


    They discuss when its better to build your own solution, TLA+, fountain pens, and writing letters.
    Special Guest: Jeff Weiss.
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    • 59 min.
    Episode 82: Rapid Is Relative

    Episode 82: Rapid Is Relative

    This week kicks off with a large dose of 2020 ennui. Chris recommends that they move on rapidly since no one wants to listen to complaining about the state of the world.


    It turns out that Chris is currently using LiveView. The consensus is that LiveView is pretty cool even though it took 4 hours to get a modal to work.


    The Elixir Outlaws now have a Patreon. If you’re enjoying the show then please consider throwing a few bucks our way to help us pay for the costs for the show.
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    • 39 min.
    Episode 81: That's not math

    Episode 81: That's not math

    Anna has a new espresso machine and both Chris and Amos are very jealous. Chris wonders how Anna is going to make good coffee without someone judging her.


    The main topic kicks off around the 22 minute mark. Amos is hiring and wants advice on how to conduct better interviews.
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    Episode 80: The ish is what matters

    Episode 80: The ish is what matters

    This week starts with a discussion of Dungeons and Dragons and how great it is. Amos and Chris agree that roll20 is janky, but - like emacs - it’s lovably janky.


    The main discussion is about modeling problems using data structures instead of processes. The guys agree that manipulating data with pure functions is a good thing and that the tricky part is where to put this data when you’re done. Chris cautions against the desire to put all of your data into a single global process. Databases are sucky global variables, but at least they’re global variables with rules.
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    • 36 min.
    Episode 79: Providing Value

    Episode 79: Providing Value

    Chris wants a new, costly keyboard and is willing to use ad hoc justifications to acquire it. Amos thinks its totally reasonable which means its either totally reasonable or totally not reasonable.


    The conversation turns to contracting and how contracting is different than working for a product company (beyond the obvious tax implications). Chris believes that product companies only pay contractors when they absolutely have to.


    The main topic this week is software quality, if thats even a real thing, and if it is, how do we get more of it?
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