ElixirConf EU 2019 Talk videos

Now the dust has settled and we’re all back to our normal business, I will start adding all the ElixirConf EU 2019 talk videos to this thread. This will act as a reference place and hopefully generate some discussion. This is the first time I’ve done this and If you would like a different format in future, then let me know. Thanks all who attended ElixirConf EU 2019, I hope you enjoyed it.

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ElixirConf EU Website: http://www.elixirconf.eu
Twitter: www.twitter.com/elixirconfeu

(Upcoming conference: Code Elixir LDN 2019)


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Lightning talks:

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8) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Functional Concepts in Elixir - Wolfgang Loder
7) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Leveraging ETS Effectively - Evadne Wu
14) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Learn you some 'ssl' for much security! - Bram Verburg
10) ElixirConf EU 2019 - The Elixir parser under the microscope - Arjan Scherpenisse
6) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Live coding an Escher painting using Scenic - Ju Liu
13) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Introduction to stateful property based testing - Tomasz Kowal
15) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Lessons From Our First Trillion Messages with Flow - John Mertens
16) ElixirConf EU 2019 - A Whirlwind Tour of Testing in Elixir - Daniel Caixinha
3) ElixirConfEU 2019 - Let there be light from nothing to a running application - Michał Muskała
2) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Keynote: Announcing Brodway - José Valim
21) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Telemetry ...and metrics for all - Arkadiusz Gil
17) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Gradualizer: challenges implementing a type checker - Péter Gömöri
20) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Tortoise Evolved; MQTT 5 support in Tortoise MQTT Client - Martin Gausby
18) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Exploiting PostgreSQL's power with Elixir / Ecto applications - José San Gil
23) ElixirConf EU 2019 - From Zero to Elixir Deployment - Philipp Schmieder
19) ElixirConf EU 2019 - From Noob to Contributing Noob - Daniel Serrano
9) ElixirConf EU 2019 - How Elixir is driving Australian product innovation - Sophie Troy
22) ElixirConf EU 2019 - Modular Design in Elixir - Maciej Kaszubowski
23) ElixirConf EU 2019 - An adventure in distributed programming - Wiebe-Marten Wijnja

Today, 1 May, new talk video: Tonci Galic - Building a GameBoy emulator with Elixir and Scenic - ElixirConfEU 2019

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Firstly, thank you and everyone else who gets involved in organising conferences and for publishing the videos. For those of us who can’t make them, having access to the talks is fantastic and very much appreciated.

I’d really like it if there was a Videos or Talks section in the forums and then each talk could have its own post and be tagged with the event and speaker and subject matter. @AstonJ, would that work or be too much? It may well have been discussed in the past.

I am slowly working my way through some talk videos on YouTube and I like the idea of being able to add ones I find and like here with my thoughts and hopefully to get those of others. I know that YouTube had comments but my gut feeling is that you are more likely to get a discussion going here than there.

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Funnily enough I was just about to PM @axelson on his thoughts about this :003: We usually have separate threads for talks from major conferences and I think ECEU is one such conference, although any organiser from any of the conferences is welcome to do separate threads for each talk too.

@Lawrence_elixir - if you take a look in this section you will see the format we usually use. It’s basically:

  • A parent thread that lists all talks (with links to each talk thread on the forum) (example)
  • A thread for each talk with the youtube video embedded into the first post, along with a description (example)
  • Adding a tag for each thread, so in this instance it would be elixirconfeu2019

How does that sound Lawrence? If you’d like to do this I have made the first post in this thread a wiki which means you can edit it beyond the edit time limit and so can treat it as the parent thread for all talks :023:

If you get stuck with anything, feel free to PM me or @axelson :smiley:

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Thanks @AstonJ for your feedback. Yes this makes sense, adding each new video as a new talk thread under learning resources>talks. The thing is, all the talks are not live yet, so what I will do is:

Make list of all talks at conference: Add links as they become live.

If I get lost, ill send you a message :grinning:

Thanks
Lawrence

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I need to get better at browsing the categories than concentrating on the ‘all categories’ front page. I’d completely missed the Talks sub-category. :flushed:

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@Lawrence_elixir that sounds great! I like to space out the posting of talks anyway. It helps facilitate discussion around each video thread.

@Lawrence_elixir, there are still videos that are still to be uploaded right?

@greyhwndz hi, oh yes, many! Will get the ones that have been released so far up today, and then they’ll be added one a day, 2 on fridays, as we all need a weekend :slight_smile:

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Super, I’m pretty much copying your format :upside_down_face: