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Issue #213 - Do Guards in Elixir Fail to Serve Sometimes?

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This week in Elixir

Connection Pools and RabbitMQ
Using RabbitMQ with Elixir is a joy... until you have to deal with failure.

Do Guards in Elixir Fail to Serve Sometimes?
Guards, the famous functional firewalls, can be penetrated if you don’t know about Elixir Term Order.

Batch Operations with Ecto Multi
In this blog post, Chris looks at a common Ecto.Multi pattern: batch inserting records using a reduce to accumulate records into a transaction.

Testing GenServers with Erlang Trace
Sophie on how you can test that a GenServer received a message with the help of Erlang tracing!

Starting a new Elixir Project
The good (and some bad) parts on starting up a new Elixir Project.

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

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