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Day 9: Marble Mania - Advent of Code 2018

Article by Stavros Aronis

I did the Advent of Code 2018 day 9 challenge in Erlang! Parts one and two are as follows:

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Day 8: Memory maneuver - Advent of Code

Article by Stavros Aronis

I did the Advent of Code 2018 day 8 challenge in Erlang! Parts one and two are as follows:

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Day 7: The Sum of Its Parts - Advent of Code 2018

I did the Advent of Code 2018 day 7 challenge in Elixir! Parts one and two are as follows:

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Day 6: Chronal Coordinates - Advent of Code 2018

I did the Advent of Code 2018 day 6 challenge in Elixir! Parts one and two are as follows:

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Day 5: Alchemical Reduction - Advent of Code 2018

I did the Advent of Code 2018 day 5 challenge in Elixir! Parts one and two are as follows:

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Day 4: Repose Record - Advent of Code 2018

I did the Advent of Code 2018 day 4 challenge in Elixir! Parts one and two are as follows:

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Day 3: No matter how you slice it - Advent of Code 2018

I did the Advent of Code 2018 day 3 challenge in Elixir! Parts one and two are as follows:

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Code BEAM Lite Amsterdam 2018 - live streaming from the conference

Watch the live streaming on Twitter from the Code BEAM Lite Amsterdam 2018 and see the video of Zachary Kessin - Types in Erlang - a shallow dive

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Code BEAM Lite Amsterdam 2018 - slides from the conference

Code BEAM Lite Amsterdam 2018 was on 30 November the capital of bikes and stroopwafels! In an encouraging environment, attendees got to grips with key Erlang and Elixir concepts, through 13 carefully selected talks.

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Day 2: Inventory Management System - Advent of Code 2018

I did the Advent of Code 2018 day 2 challenge in Elixir! Parts one and two are as follows:

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Day 1: Chronal Calibration - Advent of Code 2018

Advent of Code 2018 - Day 1 solution in Elixir! #AdventOfBEAM

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Moving from Ruby/Rails to Elixir? Convince your boss to send you to Code BEAM Lite Munich!

Starting a project in Elixir/Phoenix is not the huge risk that some developers believe it to be. Risks can be kept to a minimum and maintained within acceptable parameters.

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