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Elixir is one of the most vibrant eco-systems in programming right now. There's so much happening and our community is growing faster and faster every day.

ElixirWeekly means: stuff you easily miss, shared on ElixirStatus and the web, handpicked articles and community news in one nice weekly email.

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This week in Elixir

ElixirConf Embedded Round-Up
ElixirConf 2017 was a great opportunity to celebrate what all of us accomplished in the past year. Check out this collection of the Nerves/embedded-related presentations!

5 Great Talks from ElixirConf 2017
Five talks from this year’s ElixirConf US that will teach you something about Elixir development – both for beginners and advanced Alchemists.

Follow-up: Function currying in Elixir
Milton published this post about currying (and potentially uncurrying) functions, which is a follow-post to an article about function currying from 2015.

AlloyCI
This is AlloyCI, a Continuous Integration, Deployment, and Delivery coordinator, written in Elixir, that takes advantage of the GitLab CI Runner to prepare and run your pipelines.

Cloudinex
Cloudinex is an Elixir wrapper around the Cloudinary Image Upload API and Admin API using Tesla.

ElixirSchool: Benchmarking with Benchee!
This is a lesson on benchmarking in Elixir with Benchee! Learn just how easy it is to get real answers on how fast your functions are.

Sengoku Game
Steve built a risk-like strategy game, taking place in feudal Japan, in Elixir. He is currently introducing computer AI powered opponents.

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

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