Technical complexity is now a major cost of doing business and the Elixir/Erlang ecosystems offer appropriate tools to efficiently manage complexity. In its realisation we have built a product entirely based on this technology, and now have stories to share.
In this talk, Evadne will attempt to cover:
1. Their economic case for adopting this particular ecosystem, from both a development velocity point of view and a maintenance/cost point of view.
2. Problems they have faced and solutions they have come up with, both on an organisational level and a technical level, in realising the project.
3. Some ideas for technical leaders wishing to adopt Elixir for their next greenfield or brownfield project.
Evade is a London based technologist with a passion for data visualisation and experience in technical management. She has experience in software architecture, application prototyping, and system operations management. Evade presently serves as the Head of Exam Systems for Faria Education Group, which is an international education SaaS company with staff in UK, EU and USA.