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This week in Elixir

Muzak - a Mutation Testing Library for Elixir and Erlang
Kickstarter by Devon to create a really world-class mutation testing tool!

Elixir, Poolboy, and Little's Law
Most programming languages use thread pools to improve performance; in Elixir, we use them to constrain our applications. This post explores both why and how to do that with the excellent Poolboy library.

Monitor Oban Jobs in Real Time
The Oban UI is no longer in beta!

Writing a Command-Line Application in Elixir
This CLI looks really great and this blog post once again proves that CLI and Elixir are made for each other.

8 Things to get you Started with the Elixir’s Interactive Shell (iex)
Great tips by Josef to get your started with IEx!

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

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