Elixir Podcasts

Please use this thread to post Elixir related podcasts you find :smiley:

Or, if you run a podcast yourself, you can now have a dedicated thread per podcast if you post via Devtalk (when you post a thread there it will cross-post the thread here - see this thread as an example).

For it to work you will need to:

  • Have the same username on both sites
  • Have the same primary email address for both accounts
  • Post the thread in one of the Blogs/Articles/Talks/Podcasts section on Devtalk
  • Include the podcasts tag

It will then cross-post the thread here as well :003:

What are the benefits?

  • You get a thread/exposure on two forums
  • Your thread gets tweeted by both the Devtalk account as well as the Elixir Forum account
  • On Devtalk, if you start creating the thread by pasting the URL of the episode into the title bar (you can edit it to something else once that’s initiated) then on the Devtalk front-page your link will show without rel='nofollow' - so will help you with your SEO
  • Elixir gets exposure on more than one site
  • By posting via Devtalk we automatically add a your-name-podcasts tag to the threads here, which makes it easy for people to follow (or mute) those threads.

Alternatively, if you already have a thread for your podcast we can move it to this section where you can post all episodes in that thread (these are limited to one thread per podcast outfit and intended for you to post all future episodes in there). This set up is now similar to what we do with blog posts.

:023:

9 Likes

Functional Geekery is pretty solid even though it doesn’t have elixir specific content.

6 Likes

Just come across this one: http://bikeshed.fm/52

Derek and Laila discuss Derek’s excitement for Elixir and Phoenix. Is Elixir as fun to write as Ruby? Is Phoenix a better Rails?

4 Likes

Although not dedicated to elixir, the change log has had a few relevant episodes recently:

#194: Elixir with José Valim
#147: Elixir and Phoenix with Chris McCord

6 Likes

Latest Elixir Fountain is out :023:

Also check out http://phoenixpodcast.org for Phoenix podcasts.

3 Likes

4 Likes

3 Likes

1 Like

The bikeshed has had a few follow ups, since it seems elixir is gaining usage within Thoughtbot. One even features José Valim.

2 Likes

2 Likes

I wrote a recap of the Elixir Fountain with Joe Armstrong here.

2 Likes

http://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2016/04/18/elixir-erlang-jose-valim/

1 Like

Just found on Software Engineering Daily

1 Like

Very good interview with José Valim.
http://developeronfire.com/episode-125-jose-valim-peaks-and-valleys

3 Likes

It’s not Elixir, but Matz was finally on a podcast and it’s well worth checking out.

2 Likes

2 Likes

6 Likes

Functional Geekery Episode 49 – Steve Vinoski and Francesco Cesarini

In this episode I talk with Steve Vinoski and Francesco Cesarini. We talk their introduction to Erlang, and designing scalable, reliable systems with Erlang We talk their introduction to Erlang, and designing scalable, reliable systems with Erlang

AUTHD discount for the book Designing for Scalability with Erlang/OTP Implement Robust, Fault-Tolerant Systems

3 Likes

with @JEG2

2 Likes

http://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2016/05/22/erlang-systems-design-francesco-cesarini/

4 Likes