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Learn more about Erlang and Elixir, the highly concurrent programming languages built on the Erlang VM. Have a chance to meet fellow developers interested in Erlang, Elixir, LFE, JOXAand OTP. Cast messages about interesting tricks and cool hacks, and -- most importantly -- have fun().

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Wrestling Time and Date & Managing Registry!

Carbon Five

Join us at Carbon Five for our July meetup! We'll have delicious food and drinks provided by our host Carbon Five along with two amazing speakers. Where: -------------------- Carbon Five - 585 Howard St., Suite 200, San Francisco Agenda: -------------------- 6:15 doors open for food and drinks 6:45 Show: - Managing GenServer Processes - Date and Time in Elixir -------------------- Talk 1: Elixir Registry by Michael Kompanets This talk will briefly introduce GenServer, describe how to build a simple process registration and management tool from scratch and then how to use Elixir Registry. If there will be time we will go over how Registry could be used for other things like PubSub About the Speaker: Michael Kompanets - Michael has been working in web development for most of his career. He discovered elixir a few years ago and as soon as he grasped some basic OTP concepts he thought it would be valuable to tell people about it through screencasts. -------------------- Talk 2: Date and Time in Elixir by Lau Taarnskov A quick primer on civil time and time zones and how it relates to the sun. We will go through the date and time types in the Elixir standard library and how to chose the right one. How representing data well can improve code. Elixir 1.8 has a new behaviour that makes it possible to do time zone calculations directly via the Elixir standard library with fewer dependencies. Elixir 1.9 and 1.10 have some more changes regarding date and time we will also look at. About the Speaker: Lau Taarnskov - Lau has been involved with web development and e-commerce for decades. He started contributing to Elixir open source in 2014 and created the Calendar and Tzdata libraries. When it comes to the subject of date, time and time zones, besides talking about it and writing software for it he also writes about it on his blog at http://www.creativedeletion.com/ ---------- About Carbon Five, Our Sponsor & Host! Carbon Five is a digital product development consultancy. We partner with our clients to create exceptional products and grow effective teams. We work with numerous startups and enterprise brands like Charles Schwab, National Geographic, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Stitch Fix. Learn more at www.carbonfive.com. Stagnating? Check C5 out: New projects, tech, and challenges perfectly paired with kind and brilliant people in SF, LA, NYC, CHA. Join us, we're hiring developers, designers and product managers - www.carbonfive.com/careers Looking forward to seeing everyone!

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