Antonio Cangiano Archive

String Length in Elixir

In a previous post, I wrote about Hello World in Elixir. Using such a simple program allowed me to discuss a few concepts about the language. This post explores strings further, by discussing how to find the length of a string in Elixir. Simple enough, but there is more than meets the eye. Elixir

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Elixir Hello World

It is customary to start programming language tutorials with Hello World programs. So today I’m sharing with you a Hello World in Elixir, one of my favorite programming languages (along with Ruby and Python, of course). As you likely know, a Hello World is a very simple program that displays the phrase, Hello, World!

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Join My Team at IBM

This is a heads up that my team has several developer positions available. The job post is not live yet, but it will be shortly. If you are interested and you meet the requirements below, feel free to email me at cangiano@ca.ibm.com with the subject “Joining your team“. I will make sure to forward

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19 Gadgets I Use and Love

I always find it interesting to see which gadgets and technology people use. So I decided to share the current list of gadgets I use. Three caveats Before we start, I’ll offer three caveats: I’m using a loose definition of the word gadget. The more accurate term might be the less catchy, electronic devices,

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New Book and YouTube Channel

In 2012, I wrote the first edition of Technical Blogging. A book meant for programmers and other technical folks. Many gave it glowing reviews and expressed appreciation for it. So I’m quite happy with how it turned out. Seven years is a long time, however, especially on the internet. So last year I set

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