This post is a response to a question from the chatroom. It’s easier to format messages in the forum, so I’ll write a response here and link to it.
There are many Elixir resources here in the forum under the #elixir tag.
The official Elixir tutorial is a good place to start.
elixirforum.com has book giveaways every month, and it isn’t too competitive. I’ve won two Elixir books there already.
I’m not sure if the code
elixirforum works on pragprog.com any more, but they have a lot of good books. Also Elixir in Action by Saša Jurić is good. (See elixirforum.com for discount codes for Manning, PragProg, and other publishers.)
For free videos and courses:
- Elixir for Programmers Course (it’s good)
- Free course on LiveView
- Elixir from Pragmatic Studios – this is expensive, but I liked it. I got the 3-course bundle when it was on sale for $110 or something like that.
I’d be happy to discuss Elixir topics any time. The next Elixir book I’m planning to read is Real-Time Phoenix.
- Functional Programming in Scala — I have this book and would be interested in working through it if anyone wants to discuss it. The reviews seem to be very good. I also have this Udemy course on Apache Spark with Scala that is on sale for $9.99 at the moment.