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@christopherlai
christopherlai / Dockerfile
Created Sep 16, 2019
Example Dockerfile for Elixir 1.9.1 umbrella project
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FROM elixir:1.9.1-alpine as build
ENV MIX_ENV=prod
WORKDIR /build
RUN apk add --no-cache build-base nodejs yarn && \
mix local.hex --force && \
mix local.rebar --force
@douglascayers
douglascayers / github-export-labels.js
Last active Sep 16, 2022
Export and import GitHub labels between projects by running JavaScript in the browser console to automate clicks.
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/**
* Inspired by @MoOx original script: https://gist.github.com/MoOx/93c2853fee760f42d97f
* Adds file download per @micalevisk https://gist.github.com/MoOx/93c2853fee760f42d97f#gistcomment-2660220
*
* Changes include:
* - Get the description from the `title` attribute instead of `aria-label` (doesn't exist anymore)
* - Use style.backgroundColor and parse the rgb(...) to hex (rather than regex parsing of 'style' string)
* - Downloads labels to a JSON file named after the webpage to know which GitHub repo they came from.
*
* Last tested 2019-July-27:
@joepie91
joepie91 / you-dont-need-a-blockchain.md
Last active Aug 24, 2022
You Don't Need A Blockchain
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You don't need a blockchain.

If you're reading this, you probably suggested to somebody that a particular technical problem could be solved with a blockchain.

Blockchains aren't a desirable thing; they're defined by having trustless consensus, which necessarily has to involve some form of costly signaling to work; that's what prevents attacks like sybil attacks.

In other words: blockchains must be expensive to operate, to work effectively. This makes it a last-resort solution, when you truly have no other options available for solving your problem; in almost every case you want a cheaper and less complex solution than a blockchain.

In particular, if your usecase is commercial, then you do not need or want trustless consensus. This especially includes usecases like supply chain tracking, ticketing, and so on. The whole *p

@fasiha
fasiha / no-hackerrank.md
Last active Jul 21, 2022
A prospective employer invited me to do a HackerRank test. Here's my proposed alternative.
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Well, that was unexpected. In the following, I’m trying to follow Jon Evans’ advice from “The Terrible Technical Interview”.


To: recruitment@EmployerABC.com
From: Ahmed Fasih
Subject: Re: Programming Test Invitation

Hi there! Thanks for offering to let me take a HackerRank test for ABC, I appreciate the vote of confidence.

@chrismccord
chrismccord / upgrade.md
Last active Aug 19, 2022
Phoenix 1.2.x to 1.3.0 Upgrade Instructions
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If you want a run-down of the 1.3 changes and the design decisions behidn those changes, check out the LonestarElixir Phoenix 1.3 keynote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMO28ar0lW8

To use the new phx.new project generator, you can install the archive with the following command:

$ mix archive.install https://github.com/phoenixframework/archives/raw/master/phx_new.ez

Bump your phoenix dep

Phoenix v1.3.0 is a backwards compatible release with v1.2.x. To upgrade your existing 1.2.x project, simply bump your phoenix dependency in mix.exs:

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/**
* Axios Request Wrapper
* ---------------------
*
* @author Sheharyar Naseer (@sheharyarn)
* @license MIT
*
*/
import axios from 'axios'
@danielberkompas
danielberkompas / scheduler.ex
Created Oct 26, 2016
A simple mix task scheduler for Elixir apps
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defmodule MyApp.Scheduler do
@moduledoc """
Schedules a Mix task to be run at a given interval in milliseconds.
## Options
- `:task`: The name of the Mix task to run.
- `:args`: A list of arguments to pass to the Mix task's `run/1` function.
- `:interval`: The time interval in millisconds to rerun the task.
@bitwalker
bitwalker / howto.txt
Created Oct 14, 2016
Deploying releases within containers
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This is not meant to be comprehensive, a guide, or anything quite that sophisticated, just a couple
notes on what I do at work, in production, and how my environment is set up.
Overview:
- Infrastructure runs on AWS
- We run an internal PaaS based on OpenShift Origin/Kubernetes
- We push code to GitHub, which triggers a webhook, which in turn
triggers OpenShift to start a build, which fetches the source
code, and runs the build using the Dockerfile contained in the
@cloud8421
cloud8421 / ms_test.exs
Created Aug 10, 2016
Maps and match specs in elixir
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defmodule MsTest do
use ExUnit.Case
doctest Ms
@bob %{name: "Bob", job: "developer"}
@alice %{name: "Alice", job: "musician"}
@john %{name: "John", job: "musician"}
@ada %{name: "Ada", job: "developer"}
@alan %{name: "Alan", job: "developer"}
@table :users
@christhekeele
christhekeele / 1-indirect_uses_tracker.ex
Last active Nov 2, 2021
A way to track when modules are used in Elixir, and an example adapter/plugin architecture built on top.
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# For simpler use cases, see the UsesTracker instead:
# https://gist.github.com/christhekeele/e858881d0ca2053295c6e10d8692e6ea
###
# A way to know, at runtime, what modules a module has used at compile time.
# In this case, you include `IndirectUsesTracker` into a module. When that module gets
# used in some other module, it makes that module registerable under a namespace of your choosing.
# When the registerable module is used into a third module, that third module will know at runtime which
# registerables were `use`d in it at compile time, via a function titled after the namespace.