Livebook

Livebook

The Elixir programming language, known for its functional nature and concurrency model, has become a powerful tool for an array of applications—ranging from machine learning to educational purposes. People are sharing their experiences of working with Elixir over extended periods, highlighting its ability to leverage machine learning for practical applications, such as semantic search implementation for HexDocs or using GPUs for real-world scenarios on platforms like Fly.io. Elixir's machine learning ecosystem is constantly expanding with libraries like Nx, Axon, and Bumblebee proving to be game-changers, echoing familiar functionalities from Python's toolkit.

When it comes to education, Elixir's Livebook is praised for revolutionizing the learning experience, with its interactive notebooks playing a pivotal role in curriculum development. This technology is not just about scripting; it allows seamless combination with live applications for enhanced interactive learning, as well as native iOS development. Educators and learners alike are leveraging Livebook to create dynamic, rich educational content that reinforces Elixir's standing in the educational sphere.

Community contributions extend beyond education into observability, security, and tooling for the Elixir ecosystem. With features unique to the BEAM runtime, real-time monitoring and debugging using Elixir tools make applications more reliable. Security remains a focus as well, with community leaders sharing best practices and contributing to secure coding courses using Elixir Livebooks. The Elixir community keeps evolving, discussing everything from core language improvements, engagement in open-source contributions, and anticipation of future advancements such as potential new typing systems.

Its utilities are vast, encompassing applications in CLI, data manipulation, and even offering solutions to endearingly mundane problems like organizing Secret Santa exchanges. Elixir's creator, José Valim, continues to lead the charge with keynotes on the future of Elixir, reflecting on the importance of immutability and process models for creating reproducible, stable workflows. Livebook's capabilities are frequently in the spotlight, providing computational notebooks that integrate code, documentation, and visualizations into a solitary ecosystem.

The Journey and Technological Evolution of Elixir

The Journey and Technological Evolution of Elixir

José Valim discusses the history and evolution of Elixir, the language he developed starting in 2012, with insights into its design choices, challenges, and future.

Episode on Bloom UI's Launch and Elixir News

Episode on Bloom UI's Launch and Elixir News

In this episode, Chris Gregori talks about the launch of Bloom UI, an extension of Phoenix core components. The episode also covers Elixir community news including the release of Livebook 0.13.x and various updates and projects in the Elixir ecosystem.

Introducing new HTTP API capabilities in Livebook 0.13

Introducing new HTTP API capabilities in Livebook 0.13

The article presents the release of Livebook 0.13, highlighting new features such as Kino.Proxy, which allows users to expose API endpoints directly from their notebooks or Livebook apps.

Exploring Machine Learning with Elixir

Exploring Machine Learning with Elixir

Zack Siri discusses his journey of learning machine learning using the Elixir programming language.

Discussion on the Versatility of Elixir Compared to Other Functional Programming Languages

Discussion on the Versatility of Elixir Compared to Other Functional Programming Languages

paprika-orimoto asks if other functional programming languages have as many diverse applications as Elixir, citing various Elixir projects like Phoenix, LiveView, Livebook, Nerves, and Nx.

Isolation of Livebook Installation from Existing Elixir Environment

Isolation of Livebook Installation from Existing Elixir Environment

The author, thedangler, inquires whether using Livebook will use the existing Elixir installation and dependencies on their computer, expressing a preference for isolation.

Integration of Elixir with Machine Learning Technologies in 2024

Integration of Elixir with Machine Learning Technologies in 2024

Overview of the advancements in integrating Elixir with machine learning technologies in 2024, including updates on MLIR, Apache Arrow, and structured LLMs.

Introducing Livebook for Interactive and Collaborative Elixir Notebooks

Introducing Livebook for Interactive and Collaborative Elixir Notebooks

José Valim announces the release of Livebook, a web application for coding notebooks in Elixir with features such as collaboration and code execution.

Introduction to Nx and its Implication for Elixir in Machine Learning

Introduction to Nx and its Implication for Elixir in Machine Learning

José Valim introduces Nx (Numerical Elixir) v0.1, its relevance in numerical computing and machine learning, and expected future developments.

Exploring Livebook for Elixir Education

Exploring Livebook for Elixir Education

Alex Koutmos discusses the use of Livebook as an educational tool for learning the Elixir programming language and describes its wide range of use cases.

Using Benchee for Microbenchmarking in Elixir

Using Benchee for Microbenchmarking in Elixir

Christian Alexander explains how to use Benchee, a microbenchmarking package for Elixir and Erlang, with real examples such as the new OTP 27 JSON support, sorting algorithms, and more.

Discussion on Livebook and its Features with Jonatan Kłosko

Discussion on Livebook and its Features with Jonatan Kłosko

Jonatan Kłosko discusses Livebook, its functionalities, collaborative features, its application in unusual ways, and its uses beyond machine learning.

Modular Design and Read Models with Maciej Kaszubowski

Modular Design and Read Models with Maciej Kaszubowski

Maciej Kaszubowski discusses the benefits of read models in modularizing systems, addressing background job systems, and the differences between push and pull based systems. The episode also highlights recent developments in the Elixir community.

Scaling Live Chat Systems

Scaling Live Chat Systems

Mark Ericksen interviews co-host Cade Ward to discuss the challenges and solutions in scaling live chat systems for large crowds.

Discussion on Elixir news and using Livebook for Business Intelligence

Discussion on Elixir news and using Livebook for Business Intelligence

Mark Ericksen, David Bernheisel, and Cade Ward discuss the latest news in the Elixir community and explore the practical use of Livebook as a Business Intelligence tool. They also touch upon safe data migrations in Elixir systems, drawing comparisons with the Rails ecosystem.

Using Nerves for SMS Messaging with Peter Ullrich

Using Nerves for SMS Messaging with Peter Ullrich

Peter Ullrich discusses his experience with sending SMS messages using Nerves on a Raspberry Pi Zero. He shares what worked well, what challenges he faced, and experiences with using Livebook for Nerves.

Exploring Production Tracing Techniques with Kai Wern Choong

Exploring Production Tracing Techniques with Kai Wern Choong

In Episode 66, the Thinking Elixir Podcast features Kai Wern Choong, who shares insights about tracing performance problems in live Elixir production systems. The discussion covers the concept of tracing in BEAM systems, tools such as recon, and general troubleshooting approaches.

Discussing Safe and Readable Code Practices

Discussing Safe and Readable Code Practices

Hosted by Andrew Berrien, Mike Binns, Brian Cardarella, Zach Liss, Nathan Long, and Rockwell Schrock, this episode of the Elixir RoundTable podcast centers on ensuring that code is both safe and readable.

A deep dive into Elixir releases with José Valim

A deep dive into Elixir releases with José Valim

Mark Ericksen hosts José Valim in the fourth part of a series leading up to Elixir's 10th anniversary, discussing Elixir releases 1.10, 1.11, and 1.12.

Interview with Alex Koutmos on Elixir Contributions and Libraries

Interview with Alex Koutmos on Elixir Contributions and Libraries

Mark Ericksen, David Bernheisel, and Cade Ward sit down with Alex Koutmos to discuss his numerous contributions to the Elixir community, including well-known libraries like PromEx and lesser-known tools like Doctor and MJML EEx.

Recap and Highlights from ElixirConf 2022

Recap and Highlights from ElixirConf 2022

Hosts recap ElixirConf US 2022, discussing major announcements, highlights, and other significant tech developments in the Elixir community.

Interview with Jonatan Kłosko on Livebook and Speedcubing

Interview with Jonatan Kłosko on Livebook and Speedcubing

In this episode, Jonatan Kłosko shares insights on Livebook, a tool for interactive and collaborative coding in Elixir, and his passion for speedcubing.

Elixir Training and Security Measures

Elixir Training and Security Measures

Mark Ericksen: This episode discusses the importance of secure coding practices in Elixir development. The episode highlights an open-source project, Elixir Secure Coding Training, designed to educate teams on security best practices.

Discussing Ecto in Livebook with Lively Project from Spawnfest

Discussing Ecto in Livebook with Lively Project from Spawnfest

Hosts Mark Ericksen, David Bernheisel, and Cade Ward talk to Filipe Cabaço and Joel Carlbark about 'Lively,' their entry in Spawnfest, which integrates Ecto with Livebook.

Round Robin AMA Session with Beam Radio Hosts

Round Robin AMA Session with Beam Radio Hosts

Beam Radio hosts conduct a round robin 'Ask Me Anything' session where they discuss various topics including The Great Loop, LiveBook, live streaming, and more.

Weekly Elixir and Livebook Updates

Weekly Elixir and Livebook Updates

Hosts Mark Ericksen, David Bernheisel, and Cade Ward provide the latest news in the Elixir community, including new features in Livebook, updates on GRPC and Phoenix Live Storybook, and LiveView Native progress. The episode also addresses the recent CircleCI breach.

Discussion on Bonfire Networks and the Fediverse

Discussion on Bonfire Networks and the Fediverse

Episode 136 of the Thinking Elixir Podcast explores federated networks with guest Mayel de Boniol, creator of Bonfire Networks, and covers Elixir Community News.

Summary of the latest Elixir Community News and updates

Summary of the latest Elixir Community News and updates

Mark Ericksen gives a brief update on the progress of LiveView Native, the integration of Livebook with Hugging Face, new Phoenix release candidates, and other noteworthy events in the Elixir ecosystem.

Exploring LiveBook and Various Elixir Projects in Episode 29

Exploring LiveBook and Various Elixir Projects in Episode 29

Beam Radio presented Episode 29 with discussions about LiveBook and other interesting Elixir projects. The episode also promoted the launch of new books and the release of various libraries.

Latest Updates and News in the Elixir Community

Latest Updates and News in the Elixir Community

In this episode, the hosts Mark Ericksen, David Bernheisel, and Cade Ward discuss recent developments in the Elixir community, covering topics such as the EEF election results, the new Livebook 0.9 release, Docker's changes, Github's security issues, new Elixir libraries, and more.

Updates and Announcements from the Elixir Community

Updates and Announcements from the Elixir Community

Mark Ericksen, Cade Ward, and David Bernheisel discuss updates in the Elixir community, including Livebook's launch week, Ecto 3.10.0 improvements, a new JSONSchema compiler Exonerate, and other notable projects.

Creating Desktop Applications with wxWidget in Elixir

Creating Desktop Applications with wxWidget in Elixir

magingax: Inquires about examples for making desktop applications using wxWidget with Elixir.

Getting Started with RabbitMQ using Docker, Node.js, and Elixir

Getting Started with RabbitMQ using Docker, Node.js, and Elixir

This guide provides a step-by-step tutorial for beginners on setting up a local RabbitMQ environment using Docker for creating a message broker sandbox. The process includes installing necessary prerequisites such as Docker, Node, and Elixir's Livebook.

Livebook Exploration of Elixir for AI and Web Applications

Livebook Exploration of Elixir for AI and Web Applications

José Valim, the creator of the Elixir programming language, delivered a presentation on Elixir and the Erlang VM, showcasing their capabilities through Livebook. He demonstrated the power of Elixir for managing concurrent processes, functional programming benefits, and building scalable, fault-tolerant systems. Valim also included a live coding session where a simple web application that predicts text sentiment using AI was developed within Livebook.

Guide to Deploying Nx in Production for Elixir Applications

Guide to Deploying Nx in Production for Elixir Applications

Christopher Grainger presents a comprehensive guide for leveraging the Nx ecosystem, including Livebook, Nx, Bumblebee, Axon, Explorer, and Scholar, to build B2B SaaS products with Elixir. This roadmap aims to introduce the Nx ecosystem and demonstrate its production readiness.

Utilizing Remote GPUs for AI with Elixir

Utilizing Remote GPUs for AI with Elixir

This video tutorial explains why Elixir and the BEAM are well-suited for AI projects, particularly when scaling work across multiple machines. It demonstrates how to use Elixir's Livebook to connect to remote GPUs to optimize local AI tasks.

Solving the Traveling Salesman Problem with Elixir and GA

Solving the Traveling Salesman Problem with Elixir and GA

Anders Björkland, demonstrates how genetic algorithms can be applied to the Traveling Salesman Problem using the Elixir programming language. In this comprehensive guide, he tackles the problem by implementing a genetic algorithm that mimics the process of evolution to find efficient routes.

Understanding Elixir's Beautiful Abstractions and Frameworks

Understanding Elixir's Beautiful Abstractions and Frameworks

Bruce Tate delivers a keynote discussing how Elixir's frameworks and tools like Nerves, LiveView, NX, and LiveBook provide a natural and coherent development experience. He explores OTP behaviors, the use of macros in Phoenix and LiveView, and the overall elegance of Elixir's tooling in managing complexity and concurrency.

Rapid Deployment of AI Apps Using Elixir's Livebook

Rapid Deployment of AI Apps Using Elixir's Livebook

Andrés Alejos discusses the rapid validation and deployment of AI applications using Elixir's Livebook. By leveraging the Elixir ecosystem, it's possible to quickly create and test AI-driven products without long development cycles.

Thinking Elixir Podcast Episode 198 Recap

Thinking Elixir Podcast Episode 198 Recap

In episode 198, the hosts discuss updates in the Elixir ecosystem, Elixir v1.17.0's new features, Kino Benchee integration, the release of the Phoenix emoji, Ash Framework's v3 Release Candidate, and Cade's departure from the show.

Implementing Image Processing with Elixir Using Livebook, Nx, and Evision

Implementing Image Processing with Elixir Using Livebook, Nx, and Evision

In this talk by Ryo Wakabayashi, distributed and parallel image processing using Elixir's Livebook, Nx, and Evision is discussed. The presentation demonstrates how Elixir can be used to process images robustly and efficiently in a distributed and parallel manner.

Using Elixir and Whisper AI for Podcast Transcription in Livebook

Using Elixir and Whisper AI for Podcast Transcription in Livebook

The video showcases how to use the Elixir programming language and the Whisper AI model to transcribe podcasts quickly and efficiently using Livebook.

Understanding Size Differences in Livebook Smart Cells

Understanding Size Differences in Livebook Smart Cells

WoT_Abridged has encountered an issue where smart cells in Livebook, when evaluated using Brooklin Jazz's "Hidden Cell" Kino package, are significantly larger than normal Elixir cells. The increased size disrupts the layout of their Livebook document.

Exploring Livebook as a Comprehensive Tool for Elixir Development

Exploring Livebook as a Comprehensive Tool for Elixir Development

Andrés Alejos narrates the versatility of Livebook, revealing its vast capabilities that range from learning, prototyping to production stages in Elixir programming.

Recent Exciting Developments in Elixir

Recent Exciting Developments in Elixir

Mysterious-Answer407 seeks an update on Elixir's exciting developments after a two-year gap, looking to reignite their passion for the language.

Workshop on Building Native Applications with Phoenix LiveView and LiveView Native

Workshop on Building Native Applications with Phoenix LiveView and LiveView Native

Instructor Brooklin Myers, associated with DockYard, leads a workshop on creating LiveView Native applications. Participants learn to combine Livebook interactive notebooks with LiveView Native to extend Phoenix LiveView applications for native functionality, focusing on iOS development.

Interactive Secure Coding Education with Elixir

Interactive Secure Coding Education with Elixir

Holden Oullette presents an interactive Secure Coding course leveraging Elixir Livebooks to enhance security education among developers. The course focuses on Elixir-specific security practices and includes automated feedback and grading, aiming to create a community-driven resource.

Educational Applications of Livebook in Elixir

Educational Applications of Livebook in Elixir

In Brooklin Myers' talk, he discusses the benefits of using Livebook for educational purposes and shares insights from his experience creating an academy curriculum with Livebook.

Reflecting on a Year of Growth in Elixir Through Livebook and Open Source Contributions

Reflecting on a Year of Growth in Elixir Through Livebook and Open Source Contributions

Andrés Alejos reflects on his experiences over his first year of working with Elixir, focusing on machine learning, Livebook applications, and contributions to open source.

Understanding the Section-Level Link Button in Livebook

Understanding the Section-Level Link Button in Livebook

WoT_Abridged is inquiring about the functionality of the section-level 'Link' button in Livebook and how it works, expressing difficulty in finding relevant documentation and unsure about its use.

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