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This week in Elixir

ElixirConf 2018 was Amazing
Frank experienced two major firsts at ElixirConf 2018: speaking and the hallway track.

A Story of Regret and Retiring a Library from Hex
I'm retiring a library of mine from Hex. I want to explain why.

[VIDEO] Deploy a Phoenix app to Heroku (Elixir 1.7)
A step-by-step screencast and guide for deploying a Phoenix app with Heroku.

Creating GraphQL APIs Using Elixir Phoenix and Absinthe
Nice introduction to GraphQL APIs by Pratik!

The Big Ideas
Erlang, and by extension Elixir, is based on the idea of isolation and messaging. Maciej asks: What can we learned from that?

Mind Your own Business View Controller
There are many applications where MVC is not suitable. In both cases Elixir is a great choice. This talk will be a guide for alternative architectures e.g Hexagonal/Onion/Clean.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Enable Gzip for all Phoenix Responses Misc

EMx 019: Brooklyn Zelenka: Elixir I Assume Witchcraft, Exceptional, and so on? Podcast

Hand in ElixirConf EU 2019 Training Proposals! Conference

Sending Push Notifications Talk slides

Minimal Elixir HTTP2 Server Blog post

How to use Ecto’s Fragment for Building Complex Queries Blog post

Postgres Timestamp Ranges in Ecto Blog post

Spotlight: Verk - Background job Processing Blog post

Elixir Foundation Video Series Project Introduction Blog post

erlang rocksdb v0.21.0 released Project update

AlloyCI - A Year Since Release Project update

New: spandex_phoenix is now in Hex! Project update

BN128 Elliptic Curve Operations for Elixir Project update

scenic_toggle - A Toggle Component for Scenic Project update

func_geo - Functional Geometry with Elixir Project update

EventBus Wiki Updated Project update

IntelliJ Elixir 9.0.0 Project update

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

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