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We're looking for someone to take over a lot of the development-and-managementrelated tasks I've been doing for the past 10 years, so that I can focus onbroader vision bits and on business growth. I'm constantly being sucked back into do...

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Right, so I gave a talk on bulding a visual programming language in Elixir at ElixirConf this year. Here it is, for your viewing pleasure :)

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Isotope Eleven, inc makes the Birmingham Business Journal's 2015 Book Lists for Web Design and Software Development firms in the Greater Birmingham, AL area.

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source: Birmingham Business Journal, August 6h, 2015

http://www.bizjournals.com/birmingham/news/2015/08/06/founder-of-moxy-forming-new-recruitment-company.html?ana=twtThe founder of two of Birmingham's largest employment agencies is forming a new...

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Welcome to the first of a three-post series where I'll show you how to create a game using the Phaser.io JavaScript library.

This game will be similar to the old missile command game, but with a little twist. Instead of shooting missiles, we'll be...

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Recently, the Ionic Team released the Ionic Playground for building apps in the browser. After receiving an email about it, I immediately had to use it.

I already had a simple app in mind from a discussion in a Slack channel for our local tech...

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We moved into our new office last month and are certainly enjoying the views - especially a nice walk around the campus for morning coffee. We would like to invite all to drop by and join us for a cup. We're located at 3800 Colonnade Pkwy, ste...

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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.

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First, let's adjust the concept...

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