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Even more from around the Elixir community
TIL: Elixir Inspecting Big Structs and Lists
Betweenisode Part 2! Featuring Amos King, Chris Keathley, Anna Neyzberg, Paul Schoenfelder, Sophie DeBenedetto, Meryl Dakin, and Dave Thomas
Elixir Mix: Multi-Tenant DBs with Lars Wikman
Betweenisode Part 1: Saša Jurić, Bruce and Maggie Tate, James Edward Gray II, Jim and Chris Freeze, and Frank Hunleth
Rustling up Predictive Sporting Betting Models on the BEAM - DAVID LUCIA
Hacking Elixir Tools in Emacs
Resuming Elixir by Self Hosting Plausible Analytics
Configuring Your Elixir Application at Runtime with Vapor
Instrumenting an Elixir Phoenix Pow Application to Measure User Session Count
Yggdrasil: Easy Pub-Sub in Elixir
Upgrading Phoenix 1.5's render_existing
I Added Realtime Likes in Less than an Hour with Phoenix's LiveView
Phoenix 1.5.0 has Been Released.
Elixir 1.10.3 is out
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