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Elixir Sips

Learn Elixir with two short videos each week.

Elixir Sips is a screencast series that provides 2 short videos - typically from 2 to 7 minutes, but occasionally much longer - each week. The videos consist of various topics, ranging from exploring a module in the standard library to trying out a new project to building a web-based Tetris game from scratch.

The intended audience ranges from someone entirely new to the Elixir language, to experienced developers that want to get a broad range of topics to think about from time to time.


Reviews

Jex Chan @jexchan
elixirsips by Josh Adams is wonderful, inspired by RubyTapas, about two short episodes each week.

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Sasha Fonseca @sashaafm
Yeah giving away some Elixir Sips or maybe some of the books would be great.

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Tobias Pfeiffer @PragTob
Besides that the kickstarter for Elixirsips building a forum in Phoenix is still ongoing and while I haven't watched Elixirsips myself, the reputation and community involvement seems to be good - something I can't say about the links you posted as I don't know them

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Fergus Meiklejohn @fergus
Elixirsips is dated in the sense that it's been going for a while and Elixir is only just gone 1.x but there are over 200 videos, so lots of content much of it specific to a particular thing we might be interested in. The latest stuff is up to date language wise.

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Christiansakai @christiansakai
Elixirsips for example, up to now, has 260 videos (with very advanced topics) with typical video duration of 5-10 minutes, and it is only $9/month.

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Aston @AstonJ
Elixir Sips is now pretty much DailyDrip

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@WuhKuh
I've tried two courses on Udemy which are quite scarce in resources (no OTP coverage). Elixir Sips seems to do a better job, which I'm following at the moment.

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Christiansakai @christiansakai
Only elixirsips.com that charges with subscription model ($9/month) and the contents are so worth it (over 200 videos with advanced topics)

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Dina @soundstruck
With a little learnyousomeerlang, elixirsips and Phoenix Trello, blog posts/articles sprinkled in of course.

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Aston @AstonJ
Btw in case you haven't heard of it, there's also www.elixirsips.com

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Denis Richartz @DenisRichartz
This is probably the one you are talking about? http://elixirsips.com/episodes/179_rules_engine.html

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Christiansakai @christiansakai
* elixirsips.com

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Mgwidmann @mgwidmann
Elixir sips did a rules engine a while back that showed two approaches of doing this at compile time vs runtime and the performance impacts of it.

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Sasha Fonseca @sashaafm
I'm thinking about subscribing to Elixir Sips, but I find it a bit pricey... Has anyone used it?

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Aston @AstonJ
Not sure if it's what you're after, and I haven't seen it myself, but here's an Elixir Sip on refactoring: http://elixirsips.com/episodes/116_wx_extris_part_3_refactoring.html

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@law
If you subscribe to Elixir Sips, they also have an Absinthe Episode with some tests.

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@bthach
I also suggest you learn basic things in elixir-lang first, so that you can learn advance things in ElixirSips quicky, and after one month you can make decision to unsubscribe or not like Derkobe said.

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Denis Richartz @DenisRichartz
I'll take a look at the elixir sips episode too see if this would be applicable to my problem.

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Christiansakai @christiansakai
No offense, but I am enrolled in upcase.com, elixirsips.com, learnelixir.tv, learnphoenix.tv, and I also have metaprogramming elixir, programming elixir, programming phoenix, OTP in action.

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