Introducing Stream Support In RabbitMQ

In July 2021, streams were introduced to RabbitMQ, utilizing a new blazingly-fast protocol that can be used alongside AMQP 0.9.1. Streams offer an easier way to solve a number of

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Contract Programming an Elixir approach – Part 1

This series explores the concepts found in Contract Programming and adapts them to the Elixir language. Erlang and BEAM languages, in general, are surrounded by philosophies like “fail fast”, “defensive

MongooseIM 5.1 Configuration Rework

The release of MongooseIM 5.1 has lots of user and developer-friendly new features. Find out more about the teams rework of internal configuration consistent with the TOML configuration file structure.

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Modern Software Engineering Principles for Fintechs by Daniel Pilon at SumUp

Learn why the team at SumUp opted for an Erlang/Elixir backend as they expanded into banking and the benefits they have enjoyed since.

WombatOAM & the machine learning library

WombatOAM, the powerful operations, monitoring, and maintenance platform has a new machine learning library to assist with metric prediction. Learn about the main features, the algorithms used and how you

What are the key trends in digital payments? part 2/2

In this two part article, we look at some of the main drivers of change to the payments ecosystem. Part 2/2

What are the key trends in digital payments? part 1/2

In this two part article, we look at some of the main drivers of change to the payments ecosystem. Part 1/2

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Understanding Processes for Elixir Developers

This post is for all developers who want to try Elixir or are trying their first steps in Elixir. This content is aimed at those who already have previous experience

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Using Elixir and WhatsApp to Fight COVID19

Elixir enables companies to rapidly get a product to market with confidence that it can scale and handle considerable spikes in concurrent users. The story of Turn.io's COVID-19 helpline is a great example of this. Built in just 5 days, it scaled to 450,000 users before any public launch, and has grown to serve over 7.5 million people in South Africa. Learn more in our blog recap of Simon de Haan's talk at ElixirConf EU Virtual.