|DateTuesday, March 28, 2017||Web|
|VenueZendesk Dublin Office|
After a short hiatus, with the sunshine and (relative) warmth, your favourite Elixir and Erlang meetup returns!
First up, we'll have Mustafa Turan from Zendesk sharing ideas about Railway Oriented Programming:
Coding seems cool without error checks, does not it? When if/else checks effect the next execution behaviours, then the code becomes a mess. Luckily, there is a pattern called ‘Railway Oriented Programming' for error handling. It simply helps you to focus on the happy path with SOLID principles like single responsibility; while errors follow the failure pipe. Elixir language has ‘pattern matching on function level' and ‘pipelining' to apply ‘Railway Oriented Programming' pattern.
From Rails to Phoenix - Kevin Fagan recently migrated his personal project to Phoenix. He's going to share the reasons as well as his journey on it.
Ex_stub, mocking things with Elixir - Omar Abdelhafith introduces us to ex_stub, a new Elixir stubbing package.
Fair warning - this is a no-pizza event, there will be falafels and/or sandwiches on the night.
VENUE: Zendesk Dublin Office, 1 Grand Parade, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
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