Adam Robbie – Software Developer – isotope|eleven
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Adam Robbie

A bit more about Adam

I am a Software Developer

Adam is a software developer with nigh on nine-years of experience. He has a B.S. from the University of Central Florida in Computer Science, with a minor in Statistics, rarely using either, He is mostly self-taught. With extensive expertise in the standard stack of web technologies of HTML, CSS, Javascript, Postgresql, Ruby, and Ruby on Rails, he absolutely loves playing with and learning new ones. His most recent forays have been into Golang and Swift. He is the resident Elixir/Erlang expert at Isotope11.

When not developing he is a voracious reader and avid drinker - he even homebrews. He is happiest when doing both. He currently resides in Jacksonville, FL with the love of his life Allie, and their army of miniature pinschers and kittens.

Recent Blog Posts

Another year has come and gone and so has another Elixir Conference

This year I was privileged to have Isotope11 sponsor my attendance.

Even though I consider myself fairly familiar with the language, spending time with the communityreminds me of...

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I wanted to share an important piece of our continuous integration process here at Isotope11. We use Ansible to configure all our servers.

Named after the fictional communications system from the wonderfully great Enders Game, Ansible can...

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This short blog post is a third in my series of Finite State Machines in Elixir. I wrote the firstpost a year ago never realizing what I had learnt I would get to apply for one of our projects.

A recent client asked us to write an OTP application...

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In my second post in the series on Finite State Machines in Elixir we are going to break out ourpure FSM data structure into its own process, essentially mimicking Erlang's :gen_fsm OTP behavior in Elixir.

First, let's adjust the concept...

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I initially started a blog post on the Erlang gen_fsm behavior and how it can be implemented in Elixir.But, I quickly realized the post was going to be long and a bit complicated, so began to look for alternatives.I've learned that instead of...

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