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An episode of the Phil Donahue Show from 1990. The panel: River Phoenix, Lisa Bonet, Raul Julia, John Robbins discuss vegetarianism, veganism, environmentalism, vaccinations, breast-feeding, ecology, rain forests, health, well-being, activism, Diet for a New America, etc.
In this talk, we will build a collaborative music composition environment from scratch using Elm and Elixir. We'll walk through the design of a collaborative music composition environment using Elm for a frontend that interacts with a Phoenix-channels based backend. We'll see how we can use the building blocks that Phoenix provides to allow us to build collaboration and persistence features to an Elm-based frontend and represent the frontend application's data structures and actions nicely in Elixir for persistence and transfer.
A one-hour documentary film about urban growth and change in and around Phoenix, Arizona. In only half a century, Phoenix has expanded from a small desert town into the sixth-largest city in the country. Through the eyes and voices of Phoenix residents, the film explores the interrelationships both caused by and affecting individual choices, the democratic process, and market forces in the region. Many factors contribute to this development pattern, which is providing homes and jobs to 100,000 new residents each year but is also threatening the region's unique desert environment. The film seeks to educate and inspire citizens to engage in a better-informed civic dialogue about social equity, diversity, economic opportunity and environmental quality. Viewers learn more about the tensions ...
Setting up a development environment can be a pain. No one wants to have to do it over and over and over again. Let's automate this process with Vagrant. We will set up a virtual software or application development environment for the Elixir programming language and the Phoenix framework with Vagrant and Virtualbox. You can find more information on programming, software development, IT, and cool things tech here at https://techbytes.io/ The Vagrant box is found here https://atlas.hashicorp.com/techbytes/boxes/PhoenixUbuntu The source code is found on Github here https://github.com/techBytesIO/phoenixUbuntu The Elixir programming language can be found here http://elixir-lang.org/ The Phoenix Framework can be found here http://www.phoenixframework.org/ Vagrant can be found here https:...
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Copenhagen 2016 http://gotocph.com José Valim - Creator of the Elixir programming language and co-founder of Plataformatecis ABSTRACT Web developers have typically been presented with a choice between performance or a productive development environment. With Phoenix, developers can have both while enjoying a wonderful set of abstractions for working with thenew web, making streaming data to browsers, native mobile application or embedded clients a breeze. [...] Download slides and read the full abstract here: https://gotocon.com/cph-2016/presentations/show_talk.jsp?oid=7752 https://twitter.com/gotocph https://www.facebook.com/GOTOConference http://gotocon.com
This project emanated from the research in the field of nanotechnology & the integration of design thinking with scientific scenario building aimed towards the understanding of sociopolitical & physical implications of a nano-enhanced urban environment.
Lebanese campaign about nature and environment
Collaborative Music with Elm and Phoenix by Josh Adams In this talk, we'll walk through the design of a collaborative music composition environment using Elm for a frontend that interacts with a Phoenix-channels based backend. We'll see how we can use the building blocks that Phoenix provides to allow us to build collaboration and persistence features to an Elm-based frontend and represent the frontend application's data structures and actions nicely in Elixir for persistence and transfer.