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Today I want to teach you guys how to upload files to Amazon S3 for your Phoenix application.
There’s an excellent write-up on authenticating users against an LDAP database with Phoenix which was created by Richard Nyström. For some reason even though it’s barely a year old, there seem to be a few points that are either out of date or simply incorrect. I worked through his example and I wanted to share a few amendments to his original code in the interests of other developers who may want to use LDAP with Phoenix.
If memory serves right, it’s been several years since I first dabbled in Elixir, but it was about a year ago I really started putting some serious effort into learning Elixir, and as a result I made two libraries in the machine learning space: Simple Bayes, a Naive Bayes text classifier implementation, and Stemmer, an English (Porter2) stemming implementation.
We already know how to use Elixir inside Docker so now is time to run Phoenix application as a docker container.
Erlang and C first appeared within 14 years* of one another. In the 30+ years together both languages have gone through many changes. The methods of interoperability have also changed with time.