A podcast about the people making and using the Elm language, and the things that they do.
Members of the organising teams of all four major Elm conferences – elm-conf, Elm In The Spring, Elm Europe, and Oslo Elm Day – come together to discuss what goes into a successful Elm conference, the lessons they've learned along the way, and what we can expect at their next conference!
Keith Lazuka and AJ Alt from Microsoft share their experience writing the amazing Elm language support package for the IntelliJ family of integrated development environments.
Erkal Selman shares the story behind Kite, a web application for drawing and exploring directed graphs written entirely in Elm.
Brian Hicks stops by to talk about elm-particle, a handy particle physics simulation you can use to throw confetti across your users' screens!
Manuel Fuchs shares what he learned by taking on a very unusual Elm project: a Nintendo Game Boy emulator!
Annaia Berry and Ossi Hanhinen share previously unreleased details of an important client project, and why their choice of Elm cost Annaia her job.
Robin Heggelund Hansen (Bekk Consulting) shares the very personal story that led to him contributing improvements to List, Dict and Array in Elm 0.19.
Richard Feldman (No Red Ink) and Luke Westby (Ellie, No Red Ink) visit Elm Town to celebrate the just-released Elm 0.19, talk through No Red Ink's plan to upgrade its 250K lines of Elm to the new release, and revisit Luke and Richard's talks from Elm Europe on web components and data structures, respectively.
Dhruv Dang visits Elm Town to share his experience learning from and ultimately adoption Elm at Project6. We discuss issues of team leadership, risk management, and hiring, and Dhruv explains Project6’s elegant solution to SEO with Elm.
Francesco Orsenigo visits Elm Town to share a behind-the-scenes look at his game Herzog Drei. It’s written entirely in Elm with 60fps SVG graphics and gamepad support.
Xavier Ho visits Elm Town to talk about creating (and pen-plotting!) generative art with Elm.
Murphy welcomes Kevin Yank as the new host of Elm Town, then revisits his elm-conf 2017 talk with some fresh thoughts about ports.
Murphy and Chandrika talk about how she got started programming, and her perspectives on Randomness in Elm.
Murphy and Tereza talk about Tereza's new charting library, Line Charts, and her previous project, Elm Plot.
Tessa and Murphy talk about accessibility, why it's important, and what Tessa is doing with her Elm libraries (accessible-html) to help people write accessible HTML more easily.
Jim Carlson and Murphy Randle talk about Jim's career as a math academic, and then Jim's side-projects made using Elm.
Murphy and Jeff talk about Jeff's library, elm-paginate, and pick up some programming wisdom from him along the way.
Surprise! Mario Rogic is your host for this episode, because he's interviewing the normal host of the podcast, Murphy Randle.
Murphy and Noah talk about Omni, MinE24, and server-side rendering with Elm.
Richard tells Murphy all about how the API for elm-css has grown and drastically changed over the years.
Murphy chats with Jonathan Fishbein about choosing Elm, getting started, and using Elm for the startup company Wonktonk.
Murphy and Luke discuss Luke's community contribution, brilliant side-project, and our sponsor, Ellie.
An insight into Ossi H's life, his projects, and his contributions to the Elm community.
Murphy and Josh Robertson talk about what it's like getting hired to an Elm job with no prior Elm knowledge.
A personal chat with Mari Rogic about his work with Elm, and his path to becoming the developer he is today.
A chat with Matthew Griffith about his library, Elm Style Elements.
Jun 15 2017
· Episode 15