On 6/24/14, 9:31 PM, Jim Freeze wrote:
> Just a few more weeks until ElixirConf 2014!

This has nothing to do with ruby apart from Jos's involvement. Please
do not send spam like this to the list.

>
> ElixirConf 2014 is being held July 25-26
> in Austin, TX, at Norris Conference Center.
>
> Sign up to hear enthralling keynotes by:
>
>   Jos Valim
>   Dave Thomas
>
> Sign up to be taught by Erlang Professionals
>
>   Robert Virding     - co-creator of Erlang
>   Francesco Cesarini - founder of Erlang Solutions
>
> Sign up to learn about Elixir and how a pragmatic FP language can
> speed your development time and make your servers scale.
>
>   Register: http://ElixirConf.com
>
> = Ticket Schmicket
>
> Ticket prices increase Monday July 7 from
>
>  $375 Full Conference
>
> to
>
>  $595 Full Conference
>
> If you wait past Monday to get your ticket ... just don't wait that long.
>
> Don't miss the First ElixirConf.
> Don't miss the Best ElixirConf Yet. ;)
>
> See you in Austin at ElixirConf 2014!
>
>   Register: http://ElixirConf.com
>
> --
> Jim Freeze & ElixirConf Team
> http://ElixirConf.com
>
> PS: Ticket prices go up on Monday July 7
>
> PPS:  All talks are gluten free! We are not sure about the food though.
>
> PPPS: For those who don't know what Elixir is:
>
> "Elixir provides the joy and productivity of Ruby with the concurrency
> and fault-tolerance of Erlang." - Chris McCord,
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kYmOyJjGDM
>
> Elixir is a functional language built on top of the Erlang VM. It is a
> dynamic, meta-programming aware language that leverages powerful
> tools, such as macros, protocols, streams, agents, and Erlang”Ēs
> abilities, to build concurrent, distributed and fault-tolerant
> applications. Elixir has the power of Erlang and the OTP, but adds a
> completely uniform syntax that has a wide appeal.
>
> For realtime updates, follow us on Twitter @ElixirConf
>