[PDF/EBOOK] The Little Elixir OTP Guidebook Author Benjamin Tan Wei Hao



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  1. says:

    I was asking myself a uestion do we really need another book about Elixir? I mean there are not that many already present but those that are represent a truly remarkable uality Elixir in Action Programming Elixir So what's the point?Fortunately this book aims a specific niche it helps to make it stand out a bit it's far less about Elixir far about OTP the platform Intro to the language itself does not cover eve

  2. says:

    Good overview of OTP I thought theme throughout the book to implement OTP and erlangelixir features was the most useful It helps break through the magical aspects of these features and reason about how one would implement these into a larger system I thought the Supervisor tree was the most useful section but the distributedfault tolerance chapters were the most fun and impressiveWould recommend to those that w

  3. says:

    This was a good book that went into Elixir and specifically OTP in good detail it did not spend too much time on

  4. says:

    I really liked this book As its title already states it is a guidebook on how to use Elixir and OTP together It has valuable examples

  5. says:

    A good book on OTP What other book involves making a Chuck Norris joke server that is resilient as Chuck Norris himself

  6. says:

    This is not a book by which to learn Elixir It is the book to learn processes and OTP but it helps to be familiar with many of the concepts ahead of time

  7. says:

    Definitely a good read I'd probably recommend for someone who is starting with OTP and wants to learn step by step with some examplesWhile I think that it's not the best book to read from cover to cover from the sofa because it's very example heavy and doesn't have that much actual literature it is a good choice if your objective is to gain a good thorough understanding of OTP mechanics by trying out the examples yourselfRegarding the co

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    I have to admit that I am totally in love with how this book is written Benjamin has a real gift of teaching others All here in this book is written in simple and easy to understand manner so even if you are not a senior developer you will understand almost everythingAnother even bigger than previous plus of this book is that it aiming to explain not only Elixir but also OTP and it's a most important feature

  9. says:

    Very useful for speed learning Elixir It's a bit hard to follow if you're a complete beginner to Elixir and you

  10. says:

    An in depth look into OTP and Elixir A bit hard for beginners but good for medium to advance level Elixir practitionersDo the examples yourself to grasp the inner power of OTP ETS etc

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E syntax along with just enough functional programming to use it effectively Then you'll dive straight into OTP and learn how it helps you build scalable fault tolerant and distributed applications through several fun examples Come rediscover the joy of programming with Elixir and remember how it feels like to be a beginner again. I have to admit that I am totally in love with how this book is written Benjamin has a real gift of teaching others All here in this book is written in simple and easy to understand manner so even if you are not a senior developer you will understand almost everythingAnother even bigger than previous plus of this book is that it aiming to explain not only Elixir but also OTP and it s a most important feature like GenServer Supervision and debugging techniues and how Erlang distribution works It s worth mentioning the last two chapters here one explains Dialyzer static analysis tool and how to use it in its Elixir project and seconds add some new great tools to test elixir application using property based and concurrent testing mechanismsThe only thing I miss a lot is the lack of etsdets and mnesia information 55 stars Beyond Temptation of programming with Elixir and remember how it feels like to be a beginner again. I have to admit that I am totally in love with how this book is written Benjamin has a real gift Past Due Debt Collection of teaching Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt others All here in this book is written in simple and easy to understand manner so even if you are not a senior developer you will understand almost everythingAnother even bigger than previous plus The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline of this book is that it aiming to explain not Where I’m Calling From only Elixir but also OTP and it s a most important feature like GenServer Supervision and debugging techniues and how Erlang distribution works It s worth mentioning the last two chapters here The Accidental Activist one explains Dialyzer static analysis tool and how to use it in its Elixir project and seconds add some new great tools to test elixir application using property based and concurrent testing mechanismsThe Smoke and Mirrors Short Fiction and Illusions only thing I miss a lot is the lack Brenda has a dragon in her blood of etsdets and mnesia information 55 stars

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Elixir is a functional programming language built on the Erlang virtual machine It combines the productivity and expressivity of Ruby with the concurrency and fault tolerance of Erlang Elixir makes full use of Erlang's powerful OTP library which many developers consider the source of Erlang's greatness so you can have mature prof. I was asking myself a uestion do we really need another book about Elixir I mean there are not that many already present but those that are represent a truly remarkable uality Elixir in Action Programming Elixir So what s the pointFortunately this book aims a specific niche it helps to make it stand out a bit it s far less about Elixir far about OTP the platform Intro to the language itself does not cover everything just what is need to start playing with OTP OTP part doesn t cover everything either it focuses on GenServer supervising mainly but it good comprehensive enough to show the reader the key possibilities advantages this platform enables It doesn t go as deep as Cesarini s book Desiging for scalability but it not the goalOk so you know what book is about but is it worth buying If you re new to the platform you re interesting in distributed systems built on actor model than the beautiful language approach that is a common value that guides development of Elixir as a language than it s a book for you If you ve already went through any of the books mentioned above you won t benefit much of itIn general very approachable well edited good code examples illustrative picturesI d give 45 stars but I ll give 5 just because it s Elixir OTP D Past Due Debt Collection on the Erlang virtual machine It combines the productivity and expressivity Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt of Ruby with the concurrency and fault tolerance The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline of Erlang Elixir makes full use Where I’m Calling From of Erlang's powerful OTP library which many developers consider the source The Accidental Activist of Erlang's greatness so you can have mature prof. I was asking myself a uestion do we really need another book about Elixir I mean there are not that many already present but those that are represent a truly remarkable uality Elixir in Action Programming Elixir So what s the pointFortunately this book aims a specific niche it helps to make it stand Smoke and Mirrors Short Fiction and Illusions out a bit it s far less about Elixir far about OTP the platform Intro to the language itself does not cover everything just what is need to start playing with OTP OTP part doesn t cover everything either it focuses Brenda has a dragon in her blood on GenServer supervising mainly but it good comprehensive enough to show the reader the key possibilities advantages this platform enables It doesn t go as deep as Cesarini s book Desiging for scalability but it not the goalOk so you know what book is about but is it worth buying If you re new to the platform you re interesting in distributed systems built Divan Of Rudaki on actor model than the beautiful language approach that is a common value that guides development Choice Stories for Children of Elixir as a language than it s a book for you If you ve already went through any Öbür Divan of the books mentioned above you won t benefit much Summary of Homo Deus of itIn general very approachable well edited good code examples illustrative picturesI d give 45 stars but I ll give 5 just because it s Elixir OTP D

READ â eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF È Benjamin Tan Wei Hao

Essional uality functionality right out of the gate Elixir's support for functional programming makes it a great choice for highly distributed event driven applications like IoT systemsThe Little Elixir OTP Guidebook gets you started programming applications with Elixir and OTP You begin with a uick overview of the Elixir languag. This is not a book by which to learn Elixir It is the book to learn processes and OTP but it helps to be familiar with many of the concepts ahead of time