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380 NW 13th Ave, Suite 200
Portland, OR 97209, US (map)

The building is where the store "Cargo" used to be. The office is on the second floor.

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Past events that happened here

  • Thursday
    May 26 2016
    Erlang On NixOS - Managing And Releasing Erlang Systems In The Cloud


    Erlang On NixOS - Managing And Releasing Erlang Systems In The Cloud With A Fully Declarative Package Manager

    In this talk we will discuss how to manage Erlang dependencies with the Nix package manager and how to use the Nix system to deliver declaratively described images containing an Erlang Release to cloud platforms.

    Talk objectives:

    To educate the audiance about the value of using a functional, declarative package management system to deliver functional, declarative systems.

    Target audience:

    Developers actively deploying Erlang systems and those interested in deploying Erlang System.

    About Eric Merritt

    Co-author of Erlang and OTP in Action, open source contributor, Erlang Engineer.

  • Wednesday
    Apr 20 2016
    VoIP, Kazoo and Erlang


    James Aimonetti of 2600hz.com will be joining us tonight to talk about how Erlang powers the Kazoo project and Voice-over-IP products all around the world.

    Kazoo is a scalable, distributed, cloud-based telephony platform that allows you to build powerful telephony applications with a rich set of APIs.

    Designed to handle anything from large carrier to small countries, the Kazoo infrastructure can do it all. There are no lock-ins and the software is open-source to give you complete freedom.

    James will be giving us a high level view of the architecture behind Kazoo, both from a platform perspective and from an Erlang perspective. We'll survey some of the code that is of interest, such as the gen_listener behaviour (for AMQP message consumption), the PropEr tests in various modules, the wh_json module for working with Erlang-encoded JSON objects), and more. No telecom experience required!

  • Wednesday
    Jan 20 2016
    Flying with Phoenix and Elixir


    Have you heard of Phoenix? Phoenix is a framework for building HTML5 apps, API backends and distributed systems. Written in Elixir.


    Seve Salazar of HouseHappy.org will walk us through creating a simple but real(wish)-world JSON API using Phoenix and deploying it to production as an OTP application. It will cover usage of Ecto, rendering JSON from a controller, integrating with StatsD using Exometer, and finally using edeliver to ship it to production.