You're a programmer, so you don't need spoon feeding with the conventional drivel about "this is an integer." No. You need to know what's different, and you want to know quickly.
Dave does it again. The man who discovered Ruby and launched it in the United States is now applying a new approach to teaching Elixir. The approach gives you enough structure to get started, but what makes it special is the time dedicated to working through real-world problems carefully designed to build specific tactical and organizational skills. This course is a masterpiece.
— Bruce Tate, entrepreneur, author of > 10 books
Can attest to this course! Everything I've done so far is well thought out, and extremely practical.
— Jack Schuss
…crucial in my re-learning of Elixir. A great, opinionated way to put theory into practice.
— Jaime Iniesta, Spain
I love how much more comfortable i feel with Elixir after taking your course. I will use it to build up my new prototype.
But you want more. True mastery of Elixir comes from understanding the underlying idioms: functional programming, transformations, concurrency, and application structure. You need to know the tools, such as IEx and mix. And you need to understand the frameworks, such as OTP and Phoenix. This course will get you started down this road (and your experience will take you the rest of the way),
The course has videos to show you stuff, text to give you facts, quizzes to help you remember, and exercises to let you practice.
More and more developers are switching to Elixir. Take this course and join them.
Team discounts available.
What others have been saying about this course:
I really like that this course puts so much emphasis on decoupling, and explores alternative ways to structure Elixir components in a way that is easy to follow. Instead of just being one of many resources that simply show the conventional approac...
I've been learning elixir for a while now, and I gained so much knowledge about applications and when to divide up my code. I feel so much more confident after completing this course.
The way to "Think in Elixir"
So far, the course is amazing! It really helps the student to develop an Elixir way of thinking.
Awesome material, well split and sometimes _unconventional_. Great starting point in my opinion.
About the instructor
Dave Thomas is probably responsible for introducing Ruby to the western world with the book Programming Ruby back in 2000. Now in its 4th edition, it has sold hundreds of thousands of copies.
More recently, he played a similar role in launching Elixir, both with the book Programming Elixir and with many talks at conferences around the world.
Who better to introduce Ruby developers to the new and exciting world of functional programming in Elixir?