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Issue #185 - Real-time Object Detection with Phoenix and Python

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This week in Elixir

Writing - and Testing! - Custom Credo Checks
Devon breaks down his workflow for writing custom Credo checks.

Real-time Object Detection with Phoenix and Python
This post by Alvise is about Elixir-Python interoperability with Elixir's Port, and how to bring YOLO real-time object detection functionalities to a Phoenix app.

Why am I Still Excited About Elixir?
Lars reviews his excitement and Elixir conference fever after 6 months.

The Magic Elixir Behind Yap
Adam shows us how Postlight leveraged Elixir to build a truly ephemeral chat app.

Building a Functional Core in Elixir
In this blog post Kevin talks about the “Building a Functional Core” part of the book “Designing Elixir Systems with OTP” and how he applied it to his project and how layering things this way actually made writing code fun.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Elixir Mix: Teaching Your Team Elixir with Mike Binns Podcast

ElixirWizards: Bruce and Maggie Tate from Groxio on Training Podcast

Basic Phoenix LiveView App: Setup (part 1) Video

Next Paris Erlang & Elixir Meetup Will Happen on Next Tuesday. See you There! Meetup

Real World Phoenix |> Let's D4Y |> __using__ K8S Blog post

Ecto Tips: UUID Boilerplate, Docs, and Composing Changesets Blog post

Today I Learned: Pattern Match in with Clause 🤯 Blog post

A Layered Object Store Design in Elixir (part I) Blog post

A Layered Object Store Design in Elixir (part II) Blog post

A Layered Object Store Design in Elixir (part III) Blog post

Generate API Documentation Effortlessly from Your Phoenix/Elixir Code - Part1 Blog post

Hungarian/Munkres Algorithm in Elixir Project update

Geoffsan/discussion Project update

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

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