Issue #55 - Alchemist.vim 2.8.0 security patch
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Elixir v1.5 released!
Elixir v1.5 integrates nicely with Erlang/OTP 20 and brings in changes which improve both the developer experience and the language's reach.
Alchemist.vim 2.8.0 security patch
This new version of Alchemist.vim includes a security patch and it’s important that you update the plugin ASAP.
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Empex 2017 Meetup Recap
Another Empex is behind us! Here is Andrew's small recap of the one-day soul filled New York City conference.
Performance Visualization for Elixir apps
An article about tools to add a graphical dimension to your performance measurements with charts, flame graphs and plotting.
How to use Elixir with Docker?
If you ever wondered whether you can run your Elixir application in a Docker container, wonder no more.
ElixirStatus is 2 years old!
Let's have a look at some stats for ElixirStatus and celebrate its second birthday!
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