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This week in Elixir

Batching for Operations with Elixir and Broadway
Take a deep-dive into Broadway as Michael builds a simple data pipeline, and then improves its efficiency by using batchers.

ElixirTalk - Lumen!
The fine folks of ElixirTalk sat down with with the fine folks from DockYard to talk about Lumen, the new Elixir compiler that targets WebAssembly!

Lasse wrote a great introduction to Stream.unfold/2, introducing the concept of Fibonacci as a Service :-)

Ecto & Multi-tenancy - Dynamic Repos - Part 1 - Getting Started
Multi-tenancy was trickier than Lars thought it would be. This post covers the basics.

Committee is a supercharged git hooks manager in pure Elixir that allows you to manage your git hooks like pre_commit by writing just Elixir.

Elixir v1.9.2 has been released
Please refer to the CHANGELOG for the patch notes.

Even more from around the Elixir community

The Changelog #365: Let's Talk Elixir! with Chris Bell and Desmond Bowe Podcast

Elixir Mix: Application Monitoring Using Telemetry With Arkadiusz Gil Podcast

Elixir Talk: Desmond's new Job, Managing Complexity, and Designing Systems Podcast

Rate Limiting Continued - 2019-10-14 - Live Coding Grapevine Video

Rate Limiting Continued - 2019-10-14 - Live Coding Grapevine Video

Generating RSS Feeds with Elixir Video

ElixirConf EU 2020 Accepts Training Proposals! Conference

BEAM FOSDEM Conference

Locally Evaluating Azure ARM Templates Blog post

String Length in Elixir Blog post

MyTopdogStatus by Basia Trojecka Blog post

What's the Difference Between Alias, Import, Require and use in Elixir? Blog post

sobolevn/ecto_autoslug_field Project update

KronicDeth/intellij-elixir Project update

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

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