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Issue #203 - I can do all Things Through Postgres: Lessons for the Elixir Programmer

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This week in Elixir

You Might not Need the Calendar or Timex Libraries
Lau wrote this great post about Calendar, Timex and Elixir's standard functions.

I can do all Things Through Postgres: Lessons for the Elixir Programmer
Todd write this article about work that Postgres can take care of.

Mixing Gleam & Elixir
Nice guide on mixing Elixir and Gleam.

Linear Regression with Elixir, Phoenix and LiveView. Part I
Tiemen wrote this post on Linear Regression using Elixir with Phoenix LiveView.

String.Chars Protocol for Elixir PIDs
Ever wanted to put a PID in a string and wondered if you really need to use inspect?

Even more from around the Elixir community

Preview of Stefans Book "Phoenix Beginner's Guide" Misc

ElixirTalk: Episode 165 Feat. José Valim Podcast

Elixir Mix: Writing Custom Credo Check with Devon Estes Podcast

Mohd Maqbool Alam on System and Application Architecture Podcast

Mohd Maqbool Alam on System and Application Architecture Podcast

Live Elixir Wizards Council Video

Oban Setup Video

Persistent Session Data in Phoenix LiveView Blog post

How to use Bamboo with Custom Layouts in Phoenix Blog post

Delaying the NProgress Indicator in Phoenix LiveView Blog post

How to Keep Piping in Elixir? Blog post

How to Turn off Garbage Collection (gc) for Elixir Processes Blog post

Sketch-hq/nicene - Additional Credo Checks Project update

midas-framework/elixir_with_gleam Project update

Fabrik42/traffic-light-client-elixir Project update

Telemetría → :telemetry Convenient Wrapper Project update

aaronrenner/phx_gen_auth Project update

KronicDeth/intellij-elixir Project update

Doctor Project update

correios_cep Project update

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

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