Elixir's combination of modern language features, and a 30-year-old battle-tested foundation at its core, has made it increasingly popular over the past year
Our journey starts with basic types and procedural logic. Even if you're experienced in a wide range of programming languages, there's going to be a lot of stuff -- even at this basic level -- that may change the way you look at writing code forever.
Elixir's module system allows us to define layers of related functions. In this part of the course, we'll explore the concepts of modules, and the ability to reference code in one module from another.
Earlier we outlined and worked with several different types of data structures. Let's take a closer look at some of these methods.
Learning a programming language in "as-needed" chunks can leave holes in critical areas of knowledge. In this course, there's no worry of "not knowing what you don't know".
You'll learn how to align your code with Elixir and Erlang language-specific idioms, opinions and conventions. Why learn things the hard way on your own?