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José Valim: "Elixir is great for everything that runs on top of a socket"

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We had a great time speaking with José and learning more about his approach to building Elixir and how he developed the language.

SAN FRANCISCO - eTradeWire -- Evrone is not just a custom software development company, we also stay highly connected with local and international communities. We organize the annual Ruby Russia conference, a huge event featuring expert guests. These community connections give us a competitive edge and provide us with better technical expertise and consulting opportunities. We have conversations with developers around the world, including the creators of innovative new technologies, and we try to strengthen connections and give back to the community through interviews, conferences, and meetups. We recently conducted an interview with José Valim, the creator of the Elixir programming language, and asked him about his goals for the language and how it came to be.

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Elixir is a functional programming language designed for bulletproof scalable applications. If scalability and robust fault-tolerance are key requirements, Evrone's solid expertise in developing Elixir solutions could be exactly what you're looking for.

Here at Evrone, we frequently use Elixir to create custom solutions that meet our clients' unique needs. We love it when we get an opportunity to learn from a technology's creator because it strengthens our expertise and gives us more tools that we can use to develop innovative new products. If you have an idea for a project that would benefit from Elixir, we would love to help. Let us know how we can contact you, and we'll be in touch soon to discuss your idea and how we can help you make it a reality.

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https://evrone.com/elixir
https://evrone.com/jose-valim-interview

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