A podcast about the people making and using the Elm language, and the things that they do.
Elm Town 70 – Getting out of the basement with Jim Carlson
Jim Carlson shares his discoveries in software development through the people he's met in the community and the projects he's building. We also discuss how a history in mathematics shapes his work.
Elm Town 69 – A vision for tooling with Simon Lydell
Simon Lydell tells his origin story from Firefox power user to full-time Elm engineer. Then we talk about his work in the community building tools & contributing to core.
Elm Town 68 – Shared joy with Mario Rogic
Mario Rogic shares his journeys, both physically around the world and strategically, as he built & rebuilt Lamdera.
Elm Town 67 – Breaking things down with Gingko Writer
Adriano Ferrari talks about how Elm allows him to solely support Gingko Writer and make progress on new projects while also homeschooling.
Elm Town 66 – A gateway to scientific research
Chris Martin shares how he grew Elm wings while building Exosphere, a user-friendly, open-source tool to help scientists do research.
Note: Jared's audio quality isn't great.
Elm Town 65 – Let's roll with it
We review Jeroen Engels' journey with Elm from ESLint to elm-review. Jeroen even gives tips on how to introduce rules to a team.
Great introduction to elm
Well produced, and a good representation of the Elm community.