Elm Weekly - Issue #196
Hope everyone is having a great beginning to 2022. In addition to the usual blog posts and talks this week we're trying something a little new, jobs! We're trying out jobs because what's better than writing Elm? Getting paid to write it!
Articles and Discussion
Ryan Haskell-Glatz brought us a handful of videos teaching Elm through Advent of Code. With this blog post he recaps each of the 7 days he recorded.
John Pavlick has written a lot of Elm, and by their own measure they've written it the "wrong way". So they decided to start a blog to help the rest of us not make the same mistakes.
Talks and Podcasts
Are you more interested in how effectively you can build and maintain software than how buzzword-compliant it is? Then this is the talk for you!
The crew discusses "if it compiles it works" and learning to play the violin in 2 days.
Metronome is hiring 2 UI/Elm developers to help them migrate their AngularJS app to Elm. They are looking for people with at least a few years (full time) Elm experience. Contact Hilco Wijbenga (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
GWI is hiring two Elm engineers to join teams building apps streamlining the company internal processes. Both junior and senior Elm experience is welcome (you can even learn Elm on the job). Contact Martin Janiczek (email@example.com) if you have any questions.