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Issue #159 - Introducing Exavier: a Mutation Testing Library for Elixir

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Code BEAM Lite Berlin
Very early bird registration has just opened for this year's Code BEAM Lite Berlin! Three speakers are already confirmed and the CfP has been extended - register now!

Introducing Exavier: a Mutation Testing Library for Elixir
The idea has been fascinating to me for quite a while. Now Daniel has written a mutation testing framework for Elixir!

Software Engineer at Made by Many
The folks at Made by Many have an opening for an Elixir developer in London!

Phoenix LiveView Challenge for Developers
Join developers in the community in creating exciting server-rendered, real-time user experiences with Phoenix LiveView and Elixir during the Phoenix Phrenzy!!

One Task to Rule all Elixir Analysis & Testing Tools
Here’s how to spend less time managing & running all the tools that assist in developing top-notch Elixir code. Read more about the new ex_check library!

Common Test for Elixir Developers
This post by Łukasz discusses what he likes in Common Test and why he thinks Elixir needs such a library as well.

Elixir v1.9.1 released
Check out the release note for details.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Spawnfest 2019 Misc

Bryan Joseph on ElixirScript – Elixir Internals Podcast

ElixirTalk: Episode 150 Feat. Juan Facorro - Clojerl! Podcast

ElixirMix Podcast 061 - Mutation Testing in Elixir with Daniel Serrano Podcast

Localize with Phoenix LiveView Video

Setting up Vue and SASS (phoenix Trello Part 3) Video

Setting up Vue and SASS (phoenix Trello P3) Video

JavaScript Interop with Phoenix LiveView Video

Finishing the Scaffold (trello Clone P2) Video

Walkman - Isolate Your Tests from the World Blog post

Keeping Test Data in Context Blog post

Elixir Collections, Explained with Beers Blog post

Fast Ordered Model in Phoenix with ecto_list Blog post

Monitor Your Phoenix Application with Sentry Blog post

State Management with Phoenix LiveView and LiveEx Blog post

Elixir/Phoenix PubSub Messages Between Different Applications edit Blog post

Oban Recipes Part 1: Unique Jobs Blog post

Oban Recipes Part 2: Recursive Jobs Blog post

healthchex Project update

Incident Project update

faktory_worker - v1.0 released Project update

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

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