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rhnonose / absinthe_collector.ex
Created October 18, 2019 17:57
Absinthe Collector
defmodule AbsintheCollector do
@moduledoc """
Module to collect absinthe telemetry events
use Prometheus.Metric
require Prometheus.Contrib.HTTP
@events [
[:absinthe, :resolve, :field, :start],
[:absinthe, :resolve, :field],
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Created October 23, 2018 20:27 — forked from kitten/

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rhnonose / Map.Helpers
Last active January 2, 2018 15:25 — forked from kipcole9/Map.Helpers
Helpers for Elixir Maps: underscore, atomise and stringify map keys
defmodule Map.Helpers do
@moduledoc """
Functions to transform maps
@doc """
Convert map string camelCase keys to underscore_keys
def underscore_keys(nil), do: nil
rhnonose / assignment.erl
Created March 6, 2017 19:24
FutureLearn functional programming erlang assignment 1
-export([area/1, perimeter/1, enclose/1, bits/1, bits_tail/1]).
area({A,B,C}) ->
S = (A+B+C)/2,
area({A,B}) ->
rhnonose / first.erl
Last active February 22, 2017 17:56
FutureLearn exercises
-export([double/1, mult/2, area/3, square/1, treble/1]).
mult(X,Y) ->
double(X) ->
mult(X, 2).
area(A,B,C) ->

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rhnonose / my_list.ex
Created April 27, 2016 17:40
List.flatten reimplementation in elixir.
defmodule MyList do
def flatten(array) do
reduce_flatten(array, [])
def reduce_flatten([], acc), do: acc
def reduce_flatten([elem | rest], acc) do
Enum.reduce([elem | rest], acc, &reduce_flatten/2)