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Issue #245 - Code BEAM V US Highlights

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This week in Elixir

Create ZIP Archives with Elixir
Josef had to work with ZIP files in Elixir and wrote a blog post about creating an archive both on disk or in memory with Erlang’s :zip module.

Code BEAM V US Highlights
This post by Smartlogic takes a look at this year's Code BEAM V US.

What's new in Nx - March/2021
José describes the new features the Nx team has added in March and what is next for them.

Elixir Flavoured Erlang: Who Transpiles the Transpiler?
This article is about testing a transpiler by transpiling itself and diffing the outputs of both transpilers transpiling Erlang/OTP.

Alchemy Conf is Dead, Long Live VirtuAlchemy Conf
Everything you need to know about this year's new conference.

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

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