Implementing Your Own OAuth Provider
Have you ever wondered how ‘Sign in with Google’ works in the background? How cool would it be to support the same functionality in your own app and give users the option to ‘Sign in with MyCoolApp’ . Using actual code examples, this talk with teach you how to implement an OAuth provider in your own app.
Recurring Events on Elixir
Recurring events and schedules - chances are you have an application that incorporates them in some form. But let’s add a twist, users can define their own schedules (e.g. medication intake prescription). How would you implement it on the backend? As it turns out there is a language with built-in distribution primitives for handling long-running processes, process registration and fault tolerance, and with a little help from the Elixir community, we have more than enough to build a small prototype. This talk aims to show how to express scheduling system requirements through built-in primitives like genservers, process registries, and supervisors.
Agile Meets “Agile” Business
Can Agile help you when a big company creates a new product? How to quickly adjust and regroup when scope and timeline are not clear. A real-world example of a real-world project.
Previous server-side talks
May 15, 2019
Scalable Application Architecture on AWS
Learn by Teaching
Mar 13, 2019
Intro to Kubernetes
Simplifying Systems with Elixir
May 10, 2018
Application security bugs and issues, a pentesters perspective.
Do you really need WebSockets?
Mar 14, 2018
Nitpicking terminology: are we using the right terms?
So you think you can test?
Jan 17, 2018
Chasing the Ghost
PGP for Everyday Use
Load more talks
Nov 6, 2017
Introduction to Elixir and Phoenix
What's special about Elixir?
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