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The Elixir Community: A Preliminary Characterization

The Elixir Community: A Preliminary Characterization

A preliminary characterization of the Elixir Community of Practice

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Adolfo Neto

May 26, 2019
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  1. The Elixir Community: A Preliminary Characterization Adolfo Neto @adolfont UTFPR

    - Curitiba
  2. 2 Meetups Events Code Who is responsible for them?

  3. 3 THE COMMUNITY

  4. 4 Communities have “virtues” and “flaws” Closed or Open Receptive

    or Arrogant Competent or Marketer
  5. 5 It seems to me that everyone loves the Elixir

    Community
  6. 6 How is the Community structured?

  7. 7 Community

  8. 8

  9. 9

  10. 10 Community of Practice

  11. 11

  12. 12

  13. 13 Communities of practice are groups of people who share

    a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly
  14. 14 Participant Observer

  15. 15 Concept Map

  16. 16 People

  17. 17

  18. 18 Roles

  19. 19

  20. 20

  21. 21 Achievements

  22. 22

  23. 23

  24. 24 Organizations

  25. 25 Non-profit organizations

  26. 26 Codamos

  27. 27 Erlang Ecosystem Foundation

  28. 28

  29. 29 Elixir School

  30. 30 Companies (for profit organizations)

  31. 31

  32. 32

  33. 33

  34. 34

  35. 35

  36. 36 Events

  37. 37 Coding Dojos

  38. 38

  39. 39

  40. 40 Meetups

  41. 41

  42. 42

  43. 43 Elixir CWB #2

  44. 44 Coderetreats

  45. 45

  46. 46

  47. 47 ElixirConfLA ElixirConfEU ElixirConfUS Large Events

  48. 48 Elixir Brasil Erlang & Elixir Fest 2019 ElixirConf México

    National Events
  49. 49 Code BEAM Stockholm San Francisco Code Elixir London Code

    BEAM Lite Budapest, Amsterdam Regional Events
  50. 50 The Big Elixir Gig City Elixir Elixir Daze EMPEX

    (NYC, LA) Eventos Regionais
  51. 51

  52. 52 Can online events be called events?

  53. 53 Elixir Kenya Meetup Erlang Solutions Webinars

  54. 54 Artifacts

  55. 55 TEXT AND IMAGE

  56. 56

  57. 57

  58. 58

  59. 59 Books

  60. 60

  61. 61

  62. 62

  63. 63

  64. 64 Communication Channels

  65. 65

  66. 66

  67. 67

  68. 68

  69. 69

  70. 70

  71. 71

  72. 72

  73. 73

  74. 74

  75. 75

  76. 76

  77. 77

  78. 78

  79. 79

  80. 80 #elixirlang

  81. 81

  82. 82

  83. 83 Podcasts

  84. 84

  85. 85

  86. 86

  87. 87

  88. 88

  89. 89

  90. 90

  91. 91

  92. 92 Screencasts Recorded talks Live coding sessions

  93. 93 Exercism

  94. 94

  95. 95

  96. 96 Newsletters Online courses (Dave Thomas) What else?

  97. 97 My worries

  98. 98 Loss of Purity and Identity

  99. 99 Information Overload

  100. 100 Lack of Deep Work

  101. 101 Future work

  102. 102 Focus on specific parts of the community: ElixirForum Podcasts

  103. 103 Compare the Elixir community with the communities for: Erlang

    Clojure Kotlin ?
  104. 104 Recap

  105. 105 The Elixir Community

  106. 106 We are the Elixir Community! Contribute! (sometimes a translation

    is all we need) Use the artifacts. Treat well those who contribute (constructive and educated feedback). Organize Meetups, Talks, Coding Dojos. Give talks. Record a Podcast Episode