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ABOUT CODE BEAM LITE BERLIN

Code BEAM Lite Berlin, 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 get inspired to invent the future.

 

BEAM MEETS WORLD

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.

The conference is co-organised by Bitcrowd. Check out the slides and videos from 2018 edition to see how great the conference went last year!

 

A RICH HISTORY

At the end of 2018 Code BEAM Lite conferences replaced Erlang Factory Lite conferences and are now part of the Code Sync family of tech conferences. This includes Berlin Factory Lites.

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.

Our speakers

René Föhring

René Föhring

Head of Product Development (5Minds)

Credo: Origins

Tobias Pfeiffer

Tobias Pfeiffer

Benchee Creator & freelancer getting people on the BEAM

Functioning Among Humans

Louis Pilfold

Louis Pilfold

Author of Gleam, Elixir contributor

Gleam: Lean BEAM typing machine

Devon Estes

Devon Estes

Maintainer of Benchee & Elixir track on exercism.io

Comparing common concurrency patterns in Elixir and Erlang

Dániel Vámosi

Dániel Vámosi

Making flight booking simple and teaching robots how to draw what they dreamt about

Visual time-travelling using BEAM trace dumps

Sasha Fonseca

Sasha Fonseca

High Risk, High Reward -> Early adopter of Elixir; organiser of the 'Lisbon |> Elixir' meetup;

Communicating with the outside world: a look at the BEAM's External Term Format

Lightning Talks

Lightning Talks

Your chance to give your project a shout out!

Schedule

Time

The Hideout

08.15 - 09.00

Registration

09.00 - 09.10

Welcome

09.10 - 09.50

Louis Pilfold

The Hideout

Gleam: Lean BEAM typing machine

Beginner

09.55 - 10.35

Sasha Fonseca

The Hideout

Communicating with the outside world: a look at the BEAM's External Term Format

Intermediate

10.35 - 11.05

Break

11.05 - 11.45

René Föhring

The Hideout

Credo: Origins

Intermediate

11.50 - 12.10

Tomasz Kowal

The Hideout

Desigining an Elixir library using token-based approach

Intermediate

12.15 - 12.55

Łukasz Jankowski

The Hideout

Time Series Database - Right in Your Toolbox

Beginner

12.55 - 13.55

Lunch

13.55 - 14.35

Charlotte Lorelei de Oliveira

The Hideout

Communicating through microservices: an overview on gRPC

Intermediate

14.40 - 15.00

Devon Estes

The Hideout

Comparing common concurrency patterns in Elixir and Erlang

Intermediate

15.05 - 15.45

Dániel Vámosi

The Hideout

Visual time-travelling using BEAM trace dumps

Few features of the BEAM can create as much excitement as its built-in tracing capabilities. It can directly demonstrate the simplicity of the actor concurrency model. However, tracing production nodes can be tricky.

Intermediate

15.45 - 16.15

Break

16.15 - 16.55

Tobias Pfeiffer

The Hideout

Functioning Among Humans

Intermediate

17.00 - 17.45

The Hideout

LIGHTNING TALKS

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betahaus | Berlin Neukölln

Harzer Str. 39,

12059 Berlin, Germany

betahouse is located in the iconic Geyer Werke building, built in 1911 in Neukölln. Great co-working space that effortlessly combines historical architecture with restored interiors.

Public transport connections:
Bus - 171 (Stops in front of the building) Neukölln
Metro - U7 Rathaus Neukölln

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