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Using Elixir to win in a mobile startup - Rekki
• What we'll do In the first edition of London Erlang User Group's rebirth as London BEAM User Group, we'll be joined by the people behind Rekki, a stealth mobile startup. Talk title: Lessons in using Elixir to achieve business critical outcomes in a mobile startup The business case and the motivation behind choosing Elixir / Phoenix / RabbitMQ as the core technology at Rekki. This will be followed by a more technical dive into some of the strategies that created a system that now handles around $10m worth of purchases per month. The objective is to show how this stack can be used to build a system with very high reliability guarantees in face of poor device connectivity, without reinventing the wheel, and integrating with existing infrastructure Speakers: Claudio Ortolina will be joined by Rekki CEO --- About Rekki: Rekki is a stealth mobile startup based in London that has been in production since mid 2016. The product allows independent businesses (predominantly restaurants, bars, pubs, and cafes, but also convenience stores and hairdressers) to communicate with their teams and their suppliers. • What to bring Inquisitive minds • Important to know

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The Erlang User Group is a group of Erlang enthusiasts who are interested in sharing their knowledge and meeting people who share similar interests. The group is open to Erlang Architects, Programmers, Project Managers, Software and Platform Innovators, and existing Erlang users as well as Erlang newbies and anyone interested in Erlang. We arrange and promote regular events involving Erlang including free seminars and workshops, followed by the customary Erlounge.

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