[ElixirWeekly] Issue #146 - Remembering Joe Armstrong

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A Moment of Silence

While lots has happened in the past seven days, nothing compares to the weight of losing Joe Armstrong, one of the creators of Erlang, who is no longer with us.

This week in Elixir

Remembering Joe Armstrong
Most of us did not have the privilege of getting to know Joe personally, but Francesco wrote this great blog post, remembering his friend.

Goodbye Joe, an inadequate letter and eulogy about Joe Armstrong
Fred provides another perspective on the live of a man who was influential in all the right ways: through dedication, kindness and a keen sense of humour.

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ElixirMix Podcast 048 - Introducing New Panelist: Michael Ries Podcast

Chris McCord: Phoenix LiveView - Interactive, Real TIme Apps - No Need to Write Javascript Video

You May not Need GenServers and Supervision Trees Blog post

Parsing Text & Binaries with Elixir Blog post

Ecto Changesets — put, cast, embeds and assocs Blog post

Easy Case Insensitive Text Using Postgres' Citext Extension Blog post

Let's Take a Look at the Most Famous Websites Built with Elixir and Phoenix Blog post

Elixir, Phoenix, Absinthe, GraphQL, React, and Apollo Blog post

How to Create a Todo List with Phoenix LiveView Blog post

Building Real-Time Features with Phoenix Live View and PubSub Blog post

A Story of Phoenix LiveView: Writing a CRUD Application Blog post

Tzdata 1.0 released Project update

Weddell: A streaming client for Google Pub/Sub Project update

A Credo check to ensure filename/module consistency Project update

Credo v1.0.5 released Project update

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

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