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Elixir Coding Workshop
Please join us for a coding workshop on the Elixir programming language. About Elixir: Elixir is a new programming language which started as an R&D project of Plataformatec and now used by companies such as The Bleacher Report, Pinterest, Moz, Expert360, Culture Amp and many others! (The syntax can appear Ruby-like and beginners may appreciate some of the similarities here) -- Details -- - 6:00-6:30: Arrivals, networking, dinner - 6:30-6:50: Welcome and intro run through of Elixir - 6:50-7:00: Break up into groups - 7:00-8:20: Coding time - 8:30: Home time! This session will cater for 2 types of skill levels: - new to coding and - new to Elixir (have coded before) -- Setup -- (1) Installation [Option 1] Setup Elixir on your machine If you are working off your computer, for this tutorial, you'll need to have: - Elixir installed ( For Windows users, this guide will help: (see the 2:50 min mark and stop at 3:50 min mark) OR [Option 2] Online Editor (if you are new to coding or haven't setup) If you do not have Elixir installed you can still follow along, please see this guide to setup an online editor: -- Want to help? -- If you would like to coach, please email [masked]


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