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This week in Elixir
What's the Deal with Module Attributes?
Devon recently learned a bit about how module attributes really work, and what you might use them for. Turns out a few things aren't as they seem!
The Kevin Bacon Problem
This is a nice post about Microservices, Datasets, Elixir and the Erdős–Bacon number. It also has a funny title.
Entity Component Systems in Elixir
Entity Component Systems is a severely underlooked design pattern from the realm of game development. Yos implemented it in Elixir!
From Bytes to Menmonic Using Elixir
Bitcoin’s BIP-39 is a clever algorithm for transforming random binaries into easy to remember mnemonics. Pete flexes his programming muscles and implements it using Elixir!
Rexbug 1.0.0 released!
Rexbug, the Elixir wrapper for the :redbug tracing debugger has hit 1.0.0!
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