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LearnElixir.tv

Your video guide to Elixir. Learn one of the best new programming languages with in-depth, step by step screencasts.

LearnElixir.tv is a screencast series which provides in-depth, step-by-step videos about Elixir’s main features. Videos range from 7 to 15 minutes in length, and are posted weekly.

It’s intended to help beginners get familiar with all of Elixir’s features by building their knowledge incrementally. Experienced Elixir developers might also learn a trick or two.


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Aston @AstonJ
I have bought the LearnElixir.TV course and it is very good value for money - I've only watched a few vids so far but it looks great.

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Henricus Louwhoff @hlx
I'm currently watching learnelixir.tv and I have to say it's pretty good.

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Raúl Humberto Chouza Delgado @chouzar
I found learnelixir.tv to be an excellent companion course to Programming Elixir.

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Fergus Meiklejohn @fergus
LearnElixirTV is great for Elixir but doesn't get into Phoenix at all.

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Hubert Łępicki @hubertlepicki
https://www.learnelixir.tv/ really good of screencasts to watch about Elixir.

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Morgan Jackson @Morganjackson
https://learnelixir.tv is great but its more of an intro to elixir and doesn’t really go into phoenix.

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Jamon Holmgren @jamonholmgren
I would highly recommend LearnElixir.tv and LearnPhoenix.tv.

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Raúl Humberto Chouza Delgado @chouzar
https://www.learnelixir.tv/ -- anyone subscribed to this? is it updated to elixir 1.4 and can work? beginner friendly?

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Jonathan Soifer @jaysoifer
I'm also watching Learn Elixir TV and Learn Phoenix TV to my study, precisely the way you like to do.

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Morgan Jackson @Morganjackson
If you like learnelixir.tv there is now https://www.learnphoenix.tv/ by the same author but it covers each part of phoenix individually rather then building a whole app from scratch and doesnt cover react/redux etc.

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Daniel Berkompas @danielberkompas
If you like learnelixir.tv there is now https://www.learnphoenix.tv/22 by the same author but it covers each part of phoenix individually rather then building a whole app from scratch and doesnt cover react/redux etc.

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Eric :) @ericmachine88
https://www.learnelixir.tv/ -- anyone subscribed to this? is it updated to elixir 1.4 and can work? beginner friendly?

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Aston @AstonJ
http://learnelixir.tv

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Aston @AstonJ
https://www.learnelixir.tv

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Dennis Walsh @LawJolla
Have you checked out Learn Elixir TV? It's not very long but dense and touches on your topics.

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Dennis Walsh @LawJolla
I also got quite a bit out of https://www.learnelixir.tv The videos are very dense and quick.

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Michael Christopherson @MichaelC
I'm planning to subscribe to the Learn Elixir TV screencasts.

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Michael Christopherson @MichaelC
https://www.learnelixir.tv/

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Ricardo García Vega @bigardone
Well, I first subscribed to Learn Elixir TV to get an overview of the language.

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Christiansakai @christiansakai
* learnelixir.tv

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Daniel Berkompas @danielberkompas
I also did a 42 minute episode showing how to build a Todo Hex package in Episode 16 of LearnElixir.tv.

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Darin Wilson @darinwilson
I went all the way through the LearnElixir videos, so I had some grounding in Elixir, but was still a n00b.

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Henricus Louwhoff @hlx
Hi Jerem, if you are new to the language I would suggest you check out https://www.learnelixir.tv/ first.

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@snake117
I've been learning through Programming Elixir 1.2, Programming Phoenix, learnelixir.tv, and learnphoenix.tv

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Sergio @sergio
Is this from the same that that made LearnElixir.tv?

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Sergio @sergio
Is there a discount if you've purchased LearnElixir.tv?

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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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