Beam Bloggers Webring
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Alex is a Senior Software Engineer who writes backends in Elixir, frontends in VueJS and deploys his apps using Kubernetes. He is also a panelist on the Elixir Mix podcast (https://devchat.tv/podcasts/elixir-mix/) and maintains several Open Source packages on Hex (https://hex.pm/users/akoutmos).
Creator of the Beam Blogger Webring. Elixir consultant with too much enthusiasm.
Preslav is a software engineer and entrepreneur based in Munich, Germany. A genuinely curious individual, always toying around with new ideas. Constantly spreading the word about Elixir and Erlang.
Josef is a full-stack software engineer interested in all things Elixir, Ruby, and Linux.
Born on October 0th. More functional than object-oriented. Maintainer of (https://hex.pm/users/mudasobwa).
Currently VP Technology at PhenixDigital, I’m a passionate Elixir, Ruby & JS programmer. Former founder and CTO at sharypic.com, folyo.me.
Timmo Verlaan is a lead and software engineer based in Amsterdam. He enjoys Elixir a lot and talks/blogs about it.
A software developer specializing in backend development. Builds digital products, which scale a business and facilitate people’s lives, with Elixir.
Sophie is engineer currently writing code for GitHub, as well as a maintainer of Elixir School https://elixirschool.com/en/ and a host of the Elixir Mix podcast https://devchat.tv/podcasts/elixir-mix/ View her cute dog
Erlang/OTP technical blog
The official blog of the Erlang/OTP team at Ericsson.
Claudio is a software engineer and speaker, blogging about Elixir/OTP and other things.
Elixir code slinger at Flatiron School engineering. Poisoning the minds of the youth with functional programming.
Indie developer and founder at Inkstone Software. Writes occasionally on the PETAL stack, which is comprised of Phoenix, Elixir, Tailwind CSS, AlpineJS, and LiveView.
Sayan is a Senior Software Engineer and incoming Brown University graduate student in CS. He loves writing about Elixir/Erlang, distributed systems and engineering experiences.
Aru is a DC-area developer (and Vim-thusiast) who enjoys playing on all parts of the stack. He has recently picked up Elixir, and is blogging about his experiences.
Nert is full stack elixir developer and an addicted entrepreneur trying to get his next fix. Outside of programming he loves to practice brazilian jiu jitsu.