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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #170
Welcome to Issue #170

This issue is a bit short since I am on my way to Code BEAM Lite Berlin.

Next week, we'll be back to our regular programming :-)

This week in Elixir

How Database Transactions Work in Ecto and why Elixir Makes It Awesome?
Read Michal’s article to learn how the functional nature of Elixir helps manage transactional pipelines using Ecto.

How we Improved our Elixir Build Speed by 5x
In this post, Christian explains some of the actions his team took to improve both reliability and speed of our CI build.

Httping - A Phoenix LiveView Demo
Here's 'httping' a Phoenix LiveView application that was going to be Richard's Phoenix Phrenzy submission but he didn't finish in time.

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

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