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Issue #308 - Behind Elixir - An Interview with José Valim

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This week in Elixir

JIT/GPU Accelerated Deep Learning for Elixir with Axon v0.1
Axon v0.1, a library for creating and training neural networks implemented in pure Elixir, is finally out!

Behind Elixir - An Interview with José Valim
Not from last week, but: Have you read the interview with José Valim yet?

3rd Part of an (opinionated) Elixir Styleguide
Another set of Elixir best practices in day-to-day development:

Adding Toaster Message in Phoenix LiveView
Abul demostrates how to add Toaster messages in Phoenix LiveView.

Avoid Test Setup Pollution (and 4 Problems It Creates)
German about shared setups in ExUnit and their problems.

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

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