Anna Neyzberg

Developer, teacher, and all around fun person

How Elixir Made Us Better Programmers

From building ElixirBridge to text editors, Elixir has left it's mark all over Anna's and Ari's lives, personally and professionally. In this talk, we'll take a dive into the technical and non-technical role that it played. From technical challenges to strengthening our integration with the community, this talk is great for both technical and non-technical audience alike.

Talk objectives:

We hope to demonstrate how different languages, communities, and technologies can bring us closer. We also aim to take a quick peek into crossing the language divide by showing how we combine our different technical focuses with the elixir idioms.

Target audience:

Beginners, non-technical folks, and software developers.


About

Anna Neyzberg is a San Francisco native who has done a lot of work in the ruby community in SF and is currently on the board of RailsBridge. She has taken this community organizing experience and last year co-founded ElixirBridge in SF- an organization that offers free weekend long workshops, with the goal of creating an inclusive welcoming space for underrepresented populations in tech to learn elixir. By day she works as a Developer at Carbon Five. When not in front of a keyboard, she is trying to get better at climbing rocks.

Twitter: @aneyzb
Github: aneyzb

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