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Elixir Wizards is an interview-format podcast, focused on engineers who use the Elixir programming language. Initially launched in early 2019, each season focuses on a specific topic or topics, with each interview focusing on the guest's experience and opinions on the topic. Elixir Wizards is hosted by Justus Eapen, Eric Oestrich, and Sundi Myint of SmartLogic, a dev shop that’s been building custom software since 2005 and running Elixir applications in production since 2015. Learn more abou ...
 
This is a podcast by two web.dev dads in Sweden. We are very involved in running, maintaining and being a part of the Swedish Laravel community. That is where this podcast sprung from, the LaravelSE community. But we are about so much more than just Laravel, we also love frontend development, backend development, solution architecting, all things web, tech and gadgets. Besides talking about all of the things above, we also chitchat about being dads, life, hipster-ing and much more. Note: We ...
 
Join the team of web developers from Grok Interactive as they discuss the topics, trends, and top stories that impact the world of web professionals. If you work in any capacity with web developers, designers, or marketers, you will be right at home with The Grok Cast.
 
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Today we are joined by the Director of Engineering at DockYard, Estelle DeBlois! Estelle speaks to us about the transition she made from an engineer into her current management role, her introduction to Elixir and the BEAM, her background in computer science and so much more. The bulk of this enlightening conversation is spent thinking about what i…
 
Joining us for this episode of Elixir Wizards is the vastly experienced and well-traveled Francesco Cesarini! Francesco is the founder of Erlang Solutions and we are so lucky to have him here on the show to talk about his personal and professional journey, and take this great season of shows on the magic of the BEAM even further. Francesco takes us…
 
Today we have some extra BEAM magic for all of you! Joining us on the show is Chris Miller, who currently works as an Associate Software Engineer at Corvus Insurance. We get into a great conversation with Chris about his history with programming, his long-held interest in mathematics, and how he is trying to bring these two worlds closer together t…
 
While there is magic to be found in many frameworks, having too much going on under the hood without you being able to control it is not for everybody. Today we invite Parker and Shannon Selbert to speak about their dynamic partnership and the ‘controlled magic’ of their tool Oban. Together Parker and Shannon founded Soren, where they help clients …
 
Today we are joined by the Vice President of Engineering at Corvus Insurance, Erik Person! Erik continues our journey into the magic of the BEAM, our season-long theme for the Elixir Wizards Podcast, and we get to hear all about Erik's path in programming, his relationship with Elixir, and his utilization of the BEAM. Growing up in a family involve…
 
Mike Nikles (Twitter) from GitPod joins us to talk about the journey they took from Gatsby, to Sapper and finally to SvelteKit. We talk about the ups and downs. Notes: - GitPod's website built in Svelte (GitHub) Picks: - Kevin: Chocolate Balls - Antony: QR Scanners - Shawn: Josh Nussbaum - Mike: TimeZone.io Intro music by Braden Wiggins a.k.a. Frac…
 
Welcome to a brand-spanking-new season of Elixir Wizards! This time around we will be focussing on the magic of the BEAM, so get ready for an exciting journey into new territories filled with mystery and power! To kick things off in this inaugural episode we are joined by a true legend in the space of Erlang, Elixir, and the BEAM. Robert Virding is…
 
02:04 Susy and Sass 15:38 CSS Layers 22:46 CSS compatibility 33:44 Container Queries Hosts Bruce Lawson Vadim Makeev Miriam Suzanne Susy and Sass Susy Sass Modules Miriam’s website CSS Layers The famous tweet with 3 specs CSS Cascade Layers CSS compatibility Eric Meyer on The F-Word Container Queries Container Queries explainer Container Queries: a…
 
Sponsors Filevine: Client, workflow and document management - the Work Operating System for Professionals. GitPod: Remove all friction from the developer experience to be always ready-to-code and make software engineering more collaborative, joyful, and secure. Budibase: Build internal tools on your own infrastructure in minutes. This is the Q&A th…
 
Svelte Summit is happening on Sunday! Don't miss it. We start at 2PM London time (the FAQ has more time zones listed). This episode is the first to include our new intro music and we're really happy with it. It's made by Braden Wiggins (braden@fractal-hq.com). He usually frequents the Routify and Svelte Discords, you've probably seen him around! :)…
 
Note: This was recorded on February 4th, some things may not be up to date. Sponsors: Support Svelte Radio by leaving a review on iTunes and/or visit our support page. Description: Parker shows us ListenAddict. We talk a bit about building stuff using Svelte and what's next. ListenAddict Why Tailwind Podcasting Cheatsheet Unpopular opinions: - Anto…
 
Wooh! It's here. The SvelteKit open beta! We talk about how to get started, what's different compared to Sapper, new features, migration paths. All that fun stuff. Notes: SvelteKit blog post! GitHub Repository Unpopular opinions: Antony: Daylight savings time should be abolished Swyx: Facebooks social media features are actually quite good Kevin: C…
 
Season 5 ends with a bang as we welcome back Sean Lewis, Anna Neyzber, and René Föhring onto the show to share their journey on getting their companies and teams to adopt Elixir. We open our conversation with each guest sharing their first experiences with Elixir. After chatting about the changes that they’ve seen in the Elixir ecosystem, we explor…
 
Note: This was recorded on February 19th. Sveltesummit CFPs are currently closed. Sponsors: Support Svelte Radio by leaving a review on iTunes and/or visit our support page. Description: We sit down with Simon Holthausen to talk about the Svelte language-tools, TypeScript and all that juicy stuff! Some notes Description, show notes and transcriptio…
 
The fields of data science and machine learning are moving ever faster. Jenn Gamble has her finger on the pulse and has become an industry expert with a wealth of experience to her name. As today’s guest, she dives into these rich and often complex topics, and she helps us boil them down into palatable nuggets of knowledge. We start off by asking J…
 
00:40 Eric in Igalia 07:50 What’s coming 22:54 CSS Nesting 34:34 Cascading Layers Hosts Bruce Lawson Vadim Makeev Eric Meyer Eric in Igalia First Day at Igalia Week One Igalia What’s coming Focus-visible in WebKit CSS Working Group Drafts CSS Nesting CSS Nesting Module (2020) CSS Nesting Module (2015) Chromium issue Cascading Layers CSS Cascading a…
 
Many organizations take an incremental approach when adopting Elixir, preferring to pick up its nuances by using it to work on non-essential projects. But not Change.org. Today we speak with Change.org Director of Engineering John Mertens about how his company adopted Elixir to create a business-critical app that handles over a billion emails per m…
 
As users increasingly demand interactivity from their web experiences, Phoenix LiveView is becoming the dominant way of writing interactive Elixir applications without a loss to reliability. Today we welcome back an old friend of the show and GitHub engineer Sophie DeBenedetto to talk about her upcoming book, Programming Phoenix LiveView. We open o…
 
With the prevalence of at-home learning, teachers have to compete for student attention against numerous screen-based activities. Today we speak with engineering lead Shaun Robinson and Elixir developer Toran Billups about how Legends of Learning helps educators make their classrooms fun, engaging, and productive through their curriculum-based game…
 
01:01 Safari extensions model 12:37 Cascading layers of CSS 20:07 What’s new in WCAG 3 Hosts Bruce Lawson Vadim Makeev Safari extensions model Safari 14 added WebExtensions support. So where are the extensions? Submitting and Distributing a Safari App Extension Cascading layers of CSS Cascade Layers, a Proposal CSS Cascading and Inheritance Level 5…
 
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