That sounds interesting
Where are you located in Japan, and how did you end up there?
I used to travel to Japan every year (as my wife is japanese) before the borders closed
That sounds interesting
It looks like we had the same reason to visit this country!
I originally came here to be closer to my girlfriend at that time (turning a long-distance relationship into a medium-distance one, shortening the distance from Prague ↔ Kyoto to Tokyo ↔ Kyoto), but once I turned girlfriend into a wife, I moved to her hometown (thankfully company has offices in both Tokyo and Osaka), so now I can enjoy wonderful Kansai summers of deadly heat
My Family is Shizuoka-based, I visited Kyoto once. Usually I was in Japan in Spring or Autumn, as my wife is happy to skip the summer, while I quite like the heat
Hope to be back there next year…
If you find an Elixir Company, I should move to Japan too haha
I am a developer from Hong Kong.
Originally working as a programmer and now focus on backend mostly.
I am interested in learning different kinds of technology and underlying principles.
However, I am quite busy at work so work on more and more backend and devops this year.
Based in the Bay Area here. Working on elixir backend for a small startup. I’m really glad to be part of this community. Thank you all for taking the time.
Interesting community, happy to be here.
I am Abhishek. Been trying to wrap my head around functional programming concepts like Pattern matching for about a month.
Coming from a python background, syntax of Elixir feels a bit familiar yet concepts are not so familiar!
Hoping to build some webapps in near future.
My name is William and I’m a civil engineering from Brazil, 33 years old but trying to change my path to a developer.
I started the civil engineering course because my father likes and the region I live in does not offer other options that I like, but today I see this was a wrong decision.
Anyway, nowadays I’m trying to improve my English and studying a lot over languages, focusing on Elixir as language and Phoenix as the main framework reading books, documentations and watching all kinds of stuff related to them, also enjoining a lot of courses and dreaming to be a junior developer in a company.
A short history about me =)
Welcome to forum William!
Which of the Elixir books are you currently reading?
Hi @DevotionGeo! Thanks!
Currently Elixir in Action, 2nd edition.
Elixir in Action is a very good book.
I am Gael from France and junior Ruby dev
Jaison here, I’m an iOS Engineer in USA. Learning Elixir for fun.
I’m Joey, from the Philippines. Have worked mostly in C#/.NET all my career, but trying to learn Elixir/Phoenix as a hobby.
Hi Emil here,
I am trying to learn phyton
My name is Eric, from France.
I’ve spent a few years working with PHP and learning Elixir on my free time.
2 years ago, I’ve been hired to work on the v2 of vetolib.fr
At the time, I was the only developer, and I was free to use whatever I wanted (tech related).
Naturally, I chose Elixir, along with Phoenix and Commanded for the back end and Vuejs for the front end.
The V2 is online and used everyday by pet owners and veterinarians for more than 1 year now, and it’s running pretty smoothly!
Is there an English version of the site? I’m curious being a big pet lover myself
Not yet sorry, it’s only available in France.
We’re going to open to new countries probably in 2022, so internationalization is definitly in our todo liste
Tucker here from North Carolina, USA.
I am a Linux enthusiast (Fedora KDE spin!) and love to contribute to openstreetmap .