Programming Elixir (Pragprog)

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Can you please tell me if it’s worth to buy the version 1.6 if I already have the 1.3 ?

If you bought a digital version of the book you might be eligible for an upgrade, if not, and you haven’t got his online course, I would get that first :slight_smile:

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Should I read Elixir in action before diving in this online course as you did ?

EIA is due to be updated 2nd quarter of this year so I would wait for the update and do the course first :slight_smile:

Got a .edu (or similar) email address? Get Programming Elixir free!

If you’re at university, please spread the word :023:

FAO// @carlosarli - please tell your professor :003:


Whooo I have a valid .edu address at work! Funny enough, only staff and faculty have .edu addresses, students do not. ^.^;


Ah right - here in the UK students get a address too :smiley:

You’ll have to tell all your colleagues :003:

Thank you for this, I got a copy myself and I will definitely recommend this to my Distributed Algorithms professor.

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Not many programmers here but I’ll tell the few that are (though they mostly do java and such ^.^). :slight_smile:

Also At this very moment teams of pragmatic gerbils are limbering up to deliver your titles. Lol. ^.^

Now if only my new .edu account could be linked to my real account. ^.^;

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Elixir Starter Pack? What is that?

Two Years ago there was a 40% discount for buying Programming Elixir/Programming Phoenix/Metaprogramming Elixir together. These days just use code ‘ElixirForum’ to get 35% off any eBooks from

Other than that watch and for the next 40% off sale (last year for example there was a “Christmas in July” sale).

Will send an email later today :slight_smile: Thank you!

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I sent the email and will let you know if I can gather any interest :slight_smile: also you might be interested in the Humble Bundle book bundle related to devOps. Currently checking it out myself :slight_smile: Book Bundle

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It’s a shame that only a few selected countries(domains) can get the free ebooks and the others cannot.

The country field in you profile says you are in the US - educational domains in the US are part of the offer :023:

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I am from the US, but I am studying out of the US at the moment and cannot get it.

Might be worth you contacting PragProg and seeing whether they can support addition domains - I think they already added quite a few following feedback :023:

Ah, forget it. Thanks anyway :+1:

Answers to the exercises in the book are no longer available via the ebook links, but are available here instead: