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Todd Resudek

Hex core team member, Organizer of Nerves remote meetup

Todd is currently a staff engineer at Jackpocket in Denver, and a member of the Hex core team. Before discovering programming, he was a professional graphic designer in Los Angeles. Most things he says are directly quoted from movies or Seinfeld. The most common sources for his material are Road House, Coming To America and Blood In Blood Out (Sangre por Sangre).

Upcoming Activities

Todd Resudek
Code BEAM America 2021

I can do all things through Ecto

The BEAM is a powerful ecosystem, but there are some problems Postgres is just better at solving. Since it was introduced over 20 years ago, a lot of work has gone into adding features and performance. I'll show examples of the types of problems that are better moved out of your application and into your database.

OBJECTIVES:

I really want to get the audience to think about alternative ways to solve problems, and show how Ecto can unlock the power in Postgres

AUDIENCE:

Anyone that writes Elixir application code and uses SQL

Past Activities

Todd Resudek
Code BEAM SF
06 Mar 2020
15.20 - 15.45

It's time to embrace Erlang

For years we have treated Elixir as being the solution to Erlang syntax. It's time we embrace our BEAM roots and learn what we've been missing.

THIS TALK IN THREE WORDS

Learn

Erlang

Together

OBJECTIVES

The objective is to attract more Elixir-first developers into the Erlang side of our ecosystem.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Programmers whose first BEAM language is Elixir.