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Issue #204

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Welcome to Issue #204

These are challenging times. I think most of us could benefit from a moment of silent introspection at this point.

Stay safe.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Elixir Date and Time conversion into US standards Misc

SEO Friendly URLs Revised Video

Lonestar Elixir 2020 Speaker Talks: Justin Schneck - Responsible Resources Video

Pattern Matching With Todd - Michael Crumm Podcast

Elixir Mix: Adopting Elixir at FindHotel with Fernando Hamasaki de Amorim Podcast

Steve Bussey on Real-Time Applications Podcast

Pattern Matching With Todd - Michael Crumm Podcast

Notes on Code BEAM V 2020 Blog post

Elixir Processes: Observability Blog post

TypedStruct 0.2.0: Plugin Interface Blog post

Elixir Community Tools: StreamData Blog post

The Repository Pattern, Ecto, and Database-less Testing Blog post

Productivity, Maintainability and Performance with Elixir & Functional Programming Blog post

The Repository Pattern, Ecto, and Database-less Testing Blog post

Elixir and ETS Alchemy Blog post

Telemetría Blog post

Gleam v0.9 Released! – by Otter Nonsense Blog post

Emacs Setup for Elixir Blog post

Stream in Elixir Blog post

Elixir-wallaby/wallaby Project update

Dwyl/phoenix-todo-list-tutorial Project update

Telemetria got Zero-config and Annotations Project update

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

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