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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #227
Welcome to Issue #227

This issue comes a day late because I thought I had server problems, but it was just PEBKAC. My apologies.

This week in Elixir

Tips for Finch and Telemetry
Claudio provides some quick tips for Finch, Telemetry and Phoenix's LiveDashboard.

Credo Turns 5 & Gets Its First Logo
Credo just got a logo for the first time, celebrating its fifth birthday. Read all about it in this post!

Semaphore CI is Hiring
The fine folks at Semaphore are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to fill an Elixir position on their engineering team (Elixir/Go are their primary languages).

Announcing Muzak (Mutation Testing for Elixir)
Muzak is a mutation testing library for Elixir applications, and Muzak Pro is the full-featured version of Muzak designed for business use.

Announcing AppSignal for Elixir 2.0
AppSignal now saves you more time by making the installation process smoother, instrumenting Ecto out of the box, and giving you better insights by specifying more errors.

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

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