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This week in Elixir

Elixir Flavoured Erlang: an Erlang to Elixir Transpiler
Mariano created Elixir Flavoured Erlang, an Erlang to Elixir Transpiler.

You may not need Redis with Elixir
In Dashbit's latest article, José breaks down when the above is true, when it is not, and which trade-offs you may want to consider.

A Blog and a Website Hosted for $5/m
Andrew built a new blog and a website and is hosting it on a cheap droplet.

Overview of the Kry10 Secure Platform(mostly About the OS)
This is a blog post about the OS for which Scenic, a GUI framework for Elixir, was created.

Using Finch With Sentry
This short post is interesting because it shows how Elixir libraries can allow their users to bring their own HTTP client.

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

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