ABOUT CODE BEAM LITE MUNICH

Code BEAM Lite Munich is about discovering the future of the Erlang and Elixir ecosystems. It brings together developers as a community to share knowledge & ideas, learn from each other and inspire to invent the future.

This one day conference focuses on real-world applications of Erlang, Elixir and the BEAM - all within the context of high-performance and massively scalable distributed systems. Join us on 7 December in beautiful and green Munich, a city where innovation and technology accelerate.

This conference includes a free day of training on 6 December, likely topics covered are; an introduction to Erlang and an introduction to GriSP.

The conference is co-organised by Peer Stritzinger GmbH and simplabs.

Code BEAM Lite conferences replaces Erlang Factory Lite conferences, and are now part of the Code Sync family of tech conferences. Check our past conferences by visiting our old website, but do come back here as we’ll be posting more details and the old website will fade away.

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Our speakers

Jane Walerud

Persuaded Ericsson's management to release Erlang Open Source (​Walerud Ventures​)

Which startup should you choose - given that you'll be building in Erlang or Elixir

07 Dec / 09.15 / Frankfurt room

Andrea Leopardi

Elixir core team member, developer advocate, software architect (Community.com)

A Brief History of Elixir: From Concept to Mainstream Adoption

07 Dec / 14.00 / Frankfurt room

Klaus Alfert

Principal Consultant / CTO

Smart testing of smart contracts with Property Based Testing

07 Dec / 16.40 / Frankfurt room

Annette Bieniusa

Senior researcher at TU Kaiserslautern

AntidoteDB: a planet scale, highly available, transactional database

07 Dec / 14.45 / Frankfurt room

Benoit Chesneau

P2P solutions and Database Craftsman

Barrel, keep your data in sync in your Erlang application

07 Dec / 12.40 / Frankfurt room

Devon Estes

Maintainer of Benchee & Elixir track on exercism.io

Inside memory management on the BEAM

07 Dec / 10.00 / Frankfurt room

Adam Lindberg

Peer Stritzinger GmbH

Evolution of GRiSP

07 Dec / 11.10 / Frankfurt room

Charlotte Lorelei de Oliveira

✨ Net Idol ✨

How does fault tolerance work in Erlang

07 Dec / 15.30 / Frankfurt room

Gonçalo Tomás

NOVA University of Lisbon

From custom tests to common test

07 Dec / 11.55 / Frankfurt room

Schedule

Time

Frankfurt room

08.15 - 09.00

REGISTRATION

09.00 - 09.15

WELCOME

09.15 - 09.55

Jane Walerud

Frankfurt room

Which startup should you choose - given that you'll be building in Erlang or Elixir

Intermediate

10.00 - 10.40

Devon Estes

Frankfurt room

Inside memory management on the BEAM

Intermediate

10.40 - 11.10

COFFEE BREAK

11.10 - 11.50

Adam Lindberg

Frankfurt room

Evolution of GRiSP

Beginner

11.55 - 12.35

Gonçalo Tomás

Frankfurt room

From custom tests to common test

Intermediate

12.40 - 13.00

Benoit Chesneau

Frankfurt room

Barrel, keep your data in sync in your Erlang application

Intermediate

13.00 - 14.00

LUNCH

14.00 - 14.40

Andrea Leopardi

Frankfurt room

A Brief History of Elixir: From Concept to Mainstream Adoption

Elixir is young, but it's not as young as it used to be. The language has been stable for a long time now, but that doesn't mean it hasn't evolved. In this talk, I want to tell the story of how Elixir grew up to be what it is today. We'll talk about how the language changed to work better for the community, and how the community changed to write better Elixir. We'll try to guess at where this is all going next.

Beginner

14.45 - 15.25

Annette Bieniusa

Frankfurt room

AntidoteDB: a planet scale, highly available, transactional database

Intermediate

15.30 - 16.10

Charlotte Lorelei de Oliveira

Frankfurt room

How does fault tolerance work in Erlang

Beginner

16.10 - 16.40

COFFEE BREAK

16.40 - 17.20

Klaus Alfert

Frankfurt room

Smart testing of smart contracts with Property Based Testing

Intermediate

17.25 - 17.45

Frankfurt room

LIGHTNING TALKS

17.50 - 18.00

CLOSING NOTES

Programme Committee

Bryan Hunt

Open source contributor, tech lead at Erlang Solutions

Garrett Smith

Founder Guild AI, deep learning engineer and teacher

Marco Otto-Witte

Founder of simplabs

Peer Stritzinger

Founding Owner and Managing Director of Peer Stritzinger GmbH

VENUE

Sheraton München Westpark Hotel

Garmischer Str. 2

80339 München

Germany

OUR SPONSORS

Platinum Sponsors

ScoutApp Logo

Gold Sponsors

Erlang Solutions Logo U Trust Logo VIU VENTURES AG Logo

Silver Sponsor

Schleibinger Logo

Media

Boinx Logo

Competition sponsor

Manning Publishing Logo

Co-organisers

Peer Stritzinger GmbH Logo Simplabs Logo Code Sync Logo

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