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Wednesday
Mar 19, 2014
Erlang and Elixir Meetup
CrowdCompass office in the Ford Building

The next PDX Erlang and Elixir Meetup is this Wednesday from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at CrowdCompass.  Mexican food from Los Gorditos will be provided. Vegan and gluten free options available.  Email daniel@digitree.org if there is something specific you'd like to try from their menu (links at bottom).

There's still room on the agenda if you have something to discuss, otherwise we'll open it up for general discussion.  The agenda so far:

Stephen Peters will give a recap of his time at Erlang Factory in San Francisco earlier this month and possibly demo a new monitoring tool for the Erlang VM.

Daniel Hedlund will be giving a brief overview of erlank.mk, rebar and relx and how they fit into the Erlang app development ecosystem.  He will also present a bare bones cowboy app and go over each of its components, and how to pull in other dependencies like redis and json libraries.  The app will be made available on GitHub so you can clone and experiment after the meeting.

Hope to see everyone there!

Los Gorditos Taqueria Menus:

If you have trouble finding us, please call Stephen at 503.575.0815 or Daniel at 503.453.7535.

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Wednesday
May 21, 2014
Erlang and Elixir Meetup
CrowdCompass office in the Ford Building

The next PDX Erlang and Elixir Meetup is this Wednesday from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at CrowdCompass.  

There's still room on the agenda if you have something to discuss, otherwise we'll open it up for general discussion.  The agenda so far:

Show what you're working on, point and laugh at what others are working on, or be more polite and offer constructive criticism.

Either way, join us this week and let's talk Erlang!

If you have trouble finding us, please call Stephen at 503.575.0815 or Daniel at 503.453.7535.

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Monday
Jun 2, 2014
Erlang and Elixir Meetup
CrowdCompass office in the Ford Building

The next PDX Erlang and Elixir Meetup is Wednesday 6/18 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at CrowdCompass.  

Matthew Heizenroder from Orchestrate will show us how to go from idea -> web app in no time flat using Webmachine, Heroku and Orchestrate.

Webmachine is a web framework written in Erlang - https://github.com/basho/webmachine/wiki/Overview Heroku is a cloud platform as a service - https://www.heroku.com Orchestrate provides NoSQL databases as a service - http://orchestrate.io

Looking forward to seeing you here!

  • Steve
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Wednesday
Jun 18, 2014
Erlang and Elixir Meetup
CrowdCompass office in the Ford Building

Matthew Heizenroder from Orchestrate will show us how to go from idea -> web app in no time flat using Webmachine, Heroku and Orchestrate.

Webmachine is a web framework written in Erlang - https://github.com/basho/webmachine/wiki/Overview

Heroku is a cloud platform as a service - https://www.heroku.com

Orchestrate provides NoSQL databases as a service - http://orchestrate.io

It's going to be a great meeting. Looking forward to seeing you here!

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Wednesday
Jan 20, 2016
Flying with Phoenix and Elixir
HouseHappy.org

Have you heard of Phoenix? Phoenix is a framework for building HTML5 apps, API backends and distributed systems. Written in Elixir.

http://www.phoenixframework.org/

Seve Salazar of HouseHappy.org will walk us through creating a simple but real(wish)-world JSON API using Phoenix and deploying it to production as an OTP application. It will cover usage of Ecto, rendering JSON from a controller, integrating with StatsD using Exometer, and finally using edeliver to ship it to production.

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Tuesday
Jan 16
Portland Java User Group (PJUG)
eBay

Join John Blume from Pivotal to learn how existing applications can be modernized for the cloud by employing cloud-ready data management technologies, such as Apache Geode, which was built from the ground up on distributed, horizontally scalable (scale-out), shared-nothing architectural principles. When combined with the power of Spring running on Cloud Foundry, you have a recipe for protecting your existing investment while enabling you to leverage cloud-native design patterns that will move you towards the future.

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