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Isotope Eleven Inc, is proud to announce the launching of our latest work: https://www.eatatjacks.com/We're so extremely thankful to have been chosen by such an incredible local company which was not only founded right here in Homewood, AL. but is...

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At the end of last year (2016) I had the unexpected honor of being included in the BHMBIZ magazine's '20 For The Next 20' article.

I thought I'd post it just for posterity sake.

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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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Ansible

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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Heading into 2016

I hope everyone had as wonderful of a Holiday season as we did. Isotope Eleven had a fantastic 2015; we met and worked with some amazing new clients, worked on some extremely interesting projects, added some new additions to our...

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Regular linkdumps happening now, what is even happening? These are a few things that came across our slack channels this week that we thought were interesting. Enjoy!

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It's that time again folks. Linkdump time!

Penguin Football

When someone commits code that breaks a test to your project.

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We had an amazing night last night attending the 2015 Birmingham Business AllianceSmall Business Awards.There were over 500 people present representing over140 companies contending for awards in 13 categories.

The best news: We won! Yes, we are now...

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The default blog header image is JTAG board 3 by Andrew Magill.