The Thinking Elixir podcast is a weekly show where we talk about the Elixir programming language and the community around it. We cover news and interview guests to learn more about projects and developments in the community. Whether you are already experienced with Elixir or just exploring the language, this show is created with you in mind. We discuss community news, Functional Programming, transitioning from OOP, coding conventions, and more. Guests visit the show to help challenge our assumptions, learn about new developments and grow in the process. Subscribe to join us on this journey!
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Recently started learning functional programming and subsequently elixir. I found this podcast and love the blend of general tech discussion and more focused elixir talking points. Favorite episode so far is “End of local host development.”
This may be the best podcast about Elixir. The episodes are released at a regular cadence, the audio and conversion quality is great, and the topics don’t feel repetitive. The weekly news summaries are super handy. more
As an aspiring elixir developer, it’s super useful to both hear the news and then dive deep into a topic. Thanks for an awesome podcast!
This podcast is really great! Starting with the news was a game changer for me. I don’t have much time to follow what’s happening in the community and I guess this is the only podcast that starts with the news. This is awesome! You save me so much time while also solving my FOMO problem! more
I love the format of this. Brief news followed by the main interview. Great guests and thoughtful interviews.
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