The Complete Elixir and Phoenix Bootcamp

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Master Functional Programming techniques with Elixir and Phoenix while learning to build compelling web applications

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Stephen Grider

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r/elixir • post
12 points • jcm95
[Looking for courses] Is this one too outdated? (Phoenix 1.2)

Hey guys, I wanted to take an extensive course on Elixir/Phoenix, and several sources list this one. It seems pretty cool except for the fact that's dictated using Phoenix 1.2. How much of the course is going to be useless when using the last version of Phoenix?

Thank you all

r/elixir • comment
2 points • mattaugamer

There's a Udemy course by Stephen Grider on Elixir and Phoenix that I recommend myself. I'm not sure how up-to-date it is, but the content is solid. It helped me a lot. I believe Udemy courses are currently in expensive mode, but wait a few days and it will be like $13 or something.

r/elixir • comment
2 points • campbellm

Udemy, you're right; sorry. I have accounts on both and always get them mixed up.

The one I took is this:

(Note: It is for phoenix 1.2, but there is a section at the end for the fairly large 1.3 changes)

r/elixir • comment
1 points • 4759784

I recently went through this course and it was excellent. I would highly recommend it.

r/elixir • comment
1 points • -1__1-

If you do web dev, you can't go wrong with this course

It's well worth the money. It starts out with a really good introduction to Elixir, then the rest is Phoenix. It doesn't cover OTP though.

r/elixir • comment
1 points • BadonkyKong

I wouldn't bother with Erlang until you get more advanced.

Start here:

Also for Phoenix, this Udemey course by Stephen Grider is great.