Posts by José Valim

Let’s learn Elixir together on Advent of Code!

Hi everyone, Advent of Code is a series of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill sets and skill levels in any programming language you like. Advent of Code was created by Eric Wastl and it starts on December 1st of every year. We get one new puzzle per day, until December 25th, with … »

What’s new in Elixir – Nov/18

Hi everyone! We are back with another edition of “What’s new in Elixir”. This time we are working towards Elixir v1.8 which should be out next January. Here are some highlights of what have already made to master: mix test now supports the –max-failures flag (commit) The Inspect protocol can now be easily derivable and … »

A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0: performance, migrations and more

Welcome to the “A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0” series: Breaking changes Query improvements part 1 Query improvements part 2 Performance, migrations and more (you are here!) We are back for one last round! This time we are going to cover improvements on three main areas: performance, upserts and migrations. If you would like to … »

A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0: query improvements (part 2)

Welcome to the “A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0” series: Breaking changes Query improvements part 1 Query improvements part 2 (you are here!) Performance, migrations and more This time we are back to cover other improvements coming to Ecto.Query in Ecto 3.0. UNION, EXCEPT and INTERSECT With Ecto 3.0, it is now possible to add … »

A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0: query improvements (part 1)

Welcome to the “A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0” series: Breaking changes Query improvements part 1 (you are here!) Query improvements part 2 Performance, migrations and more Let’s get started with the improvements to Ecto.Query APIs. The Ecto.Query API is the area that saw most improvements in Ecto 3.0, to the point we won’t be … »

A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0: breaking changes

Welcome to the “A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0” series: Breaking changes (you are here!) Query improvements part 1 Query improvements part 2 Performance, migrations and more We have spent the last 3 months working hard to release Ecto 3.0. As we get closer and closer to Ecto 3.0 release, we will do a series … »