Blog articles tagged 'tools'

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on 8/7/2017 4:42 PM
There’s an excellent write-up on authenticating users against an LDAP database with Phoenix which was created by Richard Nyström.  For some reason even though it’s barely a year old, there seem to be a few points that are either out of date or simply inco[...]
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on 1/11/2016 10:20 AM
I use Samuel Tonini’s Alchemist (and Elixir mode) to make myself much more productive with Elixir and Emacs.  But one thing that I’ve found to be a minor annoyance is that whenever I start up Emacs I have to set the scratch buffer to be in Elixir mode and[...]
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on 12/22/2015 1:45 PM
Next there was the question of getting Windows Services working for Erlang. While digging into the batch files I discovered that basically the issue hinged on the installation of the service.
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on 8/7/2015 1:08 PM
I had a need for the Erlang build tool rebar for a project I was trying to start on; a bit of pen testing via Elixir.  I was going to pull down the rebar3 script from the site and fix it up for myself and it occurred to me that others might want a way […]
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on 5/28/2014 10:27 AM
With the release of Xamarin 3 we have a swathe of new features to the platform, but obviously the most important one is obviously F# support is now included by default in Xamarin Studio so there is no escape from the awesomeness of F#! So what else [...]
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on 3/22/2014 7:11 PM
A couple of days ago, I got into the following Twitter exchange: @brandewinder do you have any link to get in touch with this combo? #fsharp— Max Malook (@max_malook) March 21, 2014   So why do I think FsCheck + XUnit = The Bomb? I have a long history[...]
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on 2/27/2014 4:00 PM
One of the more exciting new functional languages of the last couple of years is a marriage of Erlang and Ruby called Elixir.  Besides adding an arguably better syntax with which to program the Erlang VM (also known as the BEAM VM), Elixir adds meta-progr[...]
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on 2/10/2014 1:10 AM
Over the last year a lot of work has been done on the F# addin for Xamarin Studio. Lots of great new features have been added and a lot of bugs have been squashed. I want to talk a bit about whats been happening and the evolution of the F# addin
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on 2/10/2014 1:10 AM
Over the last year a lot of work has been done on the F# addin for Xamarin Studio. Lots of great new features have been added and a lot of bugs have been squashed. I want to talk a bit about whats been happening and the evolution of the F# addin. [...]
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on 1/3/2014 4:00 PM
So I’ve been giving a little more time and attention to both Scala and Vagrant.  Vagrant is a nice way to manage development environments via the use of VM’s and Scala, of course, is a great hybrid of OO and FP.  One of the things I’ve done is to start wo[...]
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