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Issue #237 - Understanding the Tradeoffs with Elixir Typespecs and Dialyzer

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karolsluszniak/ex_check
ex_check is a single Mix task that runs all analysis & testing tools in Elixir projects.

Understanding the Tradeoffs with Elixir Typespecs and Dialyzer
Mike starts a conversation around the tradeoffs of using Typespecs and Dialyzer in your Elixir code.

Senior Backend Elixir Engineer
Remote is a platform that enables companies to employ people anywhere in the world. They’re growing and need to expand their engineering team.

The Best Books to Start, or Improve Your Elixir Career
Bartosz wrote this article containing a list of books that may help you to get started as Elixir programmer or improve your existing skills.

That's it for this round, have a great day!
@rrrene from ElixirWeekly

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