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Hey, I'm Chris Keathley

I'm a software engineer, building high performance, resilient systems. I do almost all of my work in Elixir and Erlang and have built a number of open source libraries to make it easier to build and test high-scale, distributed systems.

I've been passionate about Elixir for a number of years and that's lead me to write a few blog posts and give a bunch of talks on a variety of elixir and erlang related topics.

If you've found some value in any of the stuff I've worked on and you have a few bucks to spare, maybe consider sponsoring me on Github.



  1. Elixir HTTP client, focused on performance

    Elixir 988 75

  2. Data specification and generation

    Elixir 663 30

  3. Concurrent browser tests for your Elixir web apps.

    Elixir 1.4k 171

  4. Runtime configuration system for Elixir

    Elixir 581 36

  5. Partition testing tool for elixir

    Elixir 68 1

  6. An Elixir implementation of the raft consensus protocol

    Elixir 404 28

114 contributions in the last year

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Contributed to keathley/twirp-elixir, keathley/chatops_rpc, elixir-toniq/vapor and 12 other repositories

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