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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #175
This week in Elixir

fast_html is a C-Node which wraps the Myhtml library, replacing HtmlSanitizeEx at Pleroma after 2 years of great service, because people were submitting multi-megabyte posts which HtmlSanitizeEx has had problems handling.

Highlights from the Big Elixir 2019
The fine folks of SmartLogic had a great time at the Big Elixir – check out their recap for highlights on some of their favorite talks and moments from the conference.

Broadway, RabbitMQ, and the Rise of Elixir Part 1
In this blog post, Alex covers how to setup RabbitMQ along side Broadway to create a powerful yet simple data processing pipeline.

Caching with Elixir and ETS
Get started using ETS as a caching mechanism in your Elixir applications and pick up some useful tips and tricks.

Reading 13F SEC Filings With Elixir - Part 1
This sounds a bit boring, but it's a great read! ^_^

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

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