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Issue #190 - Elixir in the Type System Quadrant

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This week in Elixir

The Making Of |> Why, What and How?
Tjaco felt an urge to share the story of Real World Phoenix.

Elixir in the Type System Quadrant
Elixir is a strong dynamic language in the Type System Quadrant. What does that mean?

Migrating Production Data in Elixir
Find out how to handle migrations that involve systems other than the database itself, while keeping the entire process idempotent and backward-compatible.

WordCount in Elixir
Aleksei stumbled upon the reimplementation of the very limited wc unix utility functionality in Haskell by Chris Penner, and redid it in pure Elixir.

phoenixframework/phoenix_live_view
Phoenix LiveView 0.8 is out and by all accounts it feels closer to a 1.0 release.

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

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