Measuring the success of a development project is tricky. It can be easy to put too much emphasis on arbitrary metrics, but success is largely not defined by metrics. If you take a step back and look at the bigger picture, success is not as clear cut as "a velocity of 10 points per week". Let’s look at the ways we can measure if your software development project is successful.
In this blog post I'll highlight some of the core capabilities of Elixir. To dive deeper into the concepts in this blog, watch the Engineering Lunch I gave to see real world examples of how to use the language.
Learning a new language is a great way to expand your knowledge about programming. You'll usually pick up some cool tricks or a new way of thinking about things. One of the things I've learned that's different about Elixir is pattern matching. It comes from its Erlang roots and it seems like one of those things that I'll wish every other language had from now on.
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