025 Uncle Bob Martin

Audio Download: http://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/025_uncle_bob_martin.mp3

Master Python Class as taught by Reuven Lerner

Uncle Bob Martin joins the podcast we have a wide ranging talk about Testing, Languages, Craftsmanship and much more. We cover the state of testing in the Erlang world, the reasons for moving to functional programming and a lot more.

Uncle Bob also shares wisdom from the time of the dinosaurs, or at least the PDP-11

Also my dog Bandit makes a cameo appearance


  • Zachary Kessin ()
  • Fred Hebert ()
  • Bryan Hunter ()
  • Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin ()


Project Ideas

  • Dog Talk
  • Build a test  from the Erlang Shell history


019 Elixir With José Valim

Download Link: http://mostlyerlang.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/mostly-erlang-19-elixir.mp3


Elixir Sips

Elixir is a new language created by José Valim to run on the Erlang runtime. It provides a ruby like syntax and extensive metaprogramming functionality to developers. Elixir stands to bring countless new developers into the Erlang ecosystem.

In addition to José we are joined by the creators of erlang Joe Armstrong, Rob Virding as well as Authors Simon St. Laurent and Fred Hebert.


  • Bryan Hunter ()
  • Jose Valim ()
  • Simon St. Laurent ()
  • Robert Virding ()
  • Joe Armstrong ()
  • Fred Hebert ()
  • Eric Merit ()