The book is coming along nicely! It is currently being reviewed by some awesome people in the Elixir community. Therefore, I still expect quite a bit of changes to be made to the book.
If you would like to help review the book, do drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some book stats:
- Available in PDF, MOBI and ePUB (I am considering TXT)
- 13 Chapters
- 200+ Pages
Writing the book has been a wonderful and humbling experience so far.
When I started the book, I wanted it to be as example-oriented as possible. There are already many excellent resources out there that do a wonderful job at explaining the core concepts.
In this book, I set out to instead fit in as many example projects as I could.
Here’s a list of just some of the example projects:
- A Parallel Task Distributor
- A full Tic-Tac-Toe Game (complete with WebSocket goodness!)
- A Distributed and Fault-tolerant Cache
Stay tuned, because I will need your help very soon! (Hint: What burning questions do you have for Elixir developers?)
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Thanks for reading!