Josh Adams has hosted 15 episodes.
Josh Adams is a partner and CTO at dbadbadba.com, a software and product consultancy. He's worked with Elixir professionally since version 0.10, and was completely hooked when his first production Elixir deployment ran without incident until it was decommissioned. He's spoken at a majority of ElixirConfs, keynoted The Big Elixir one year, and mostly sits quietly on his ranch these days pretending to be contemplative. He thinks that Flutter and Elm are quite nice as well, and Rust is a fun change of pace.
Alex Koutmos has hosted 16 episodes.
Alex Koutmos is currently a Senior Software Engineer working at Boulevard. He has been working professionally with Elixir since 2016 and was hooked on the BEAM since reading Elixir in Action by Saša Jurić in 2015. When Alex is not programming or reading books, he is playing Nintendo Switch with his two beautiful daughters. Alex and his wife also enjoy taking their girls and Springer Spaniel George out on hikes all across the USA whenever the chance arises.
Alex Koutmos is also the author of quite a few Elixir blog posts that he publishes on https://akoutmos.com. He also publishes regular Elixir Tips on Twitter under the #myelixirstatus hashtag. He has also maintains a few packages on Hex.pm and is currently obsessed with taking Elixir application observability to the next level with his latest project PromEx.
Bruce Tate has hosted 16 episodes.
Bruce Tate is a kayaker, climber, programmer and father of two from Chattanooga, Tennessee. A serial entrepreneur, he has helped start three companies, and most recently served as CTO for icanmakeitbetter. The author of more than a dozen books is active in the Elixir community as a speaker, author, editor and conference organizer. His love for teaching and computer languages led him to found Groxio in 2018.
Lars Wikman has hosted 16 episodes.
Independent software consultant focusing on Elixir and the BEAM. Writes blog posts and a newsletter on Underjord.io and generally tries to be an enthusiastic contributor around the community. Based along the west coast of Sweden where he, his wife and daughter attempt to grow vegetables and generally build a sustainable living.
Maggie Tate has hosted 15 episodes.
Maggie Tate is a photographer and editor from Chattanooga, Tennessee. At Groxio, she is the Director of Communications and lead organizer for the GigCityElixir and Lonestar Elixir conferences. Maggie has managed the social media program for The Camp House in Chattanooga and acted as Director of Communications for Mission Chattanooga. When not building community online, she's in the kitchen playing with gluten free and vegan recipes.
Sophie Debenedetto has hosted 16 episodes.
Sophie is an engineer at GitHub where she helps build tools that power the development cycles of teams around the world. She is a former graduate of and teacher at The Flatiron School and has a love of coding education. She is the co-author, along with Bruce Tate, of Programming Phoenix LiveView. Historically she is a cat person but will admit to owning a dog.
Steven Nuñez has hosted 13 episodes.
Steven Nuñez is a Senior Software Engineer at GitHub working on bringing great developer environments to everyone. In a previous life, Steven was a Network Security Engineer before joining The Flatiron School as an instructor, where he helped hundreds of New York City's engineers fall in love with code. He's also designed, and built several Elixir/Phoenix systems with them including a distributed IDE to help students get started on their coding journey.
You can find him evangelizing the BEAM to anyone who will listen, and even to some who won't!