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This week in Elixir

Introduction to Ecto.Multi
After Eric's advanced blog post on the topic, here's SmartLogic's Stephanie with an introductory post for the rest of us.

Make Illegal States Unrepresentable - But How?
Not really an Elixir post, but an Erlang one. And also not really an Erlang post, but rather a post about thinking of programs as discrete transformations of data.

Integrate Google API with Elixir
Nuno created a tutorial on how to create and edit a Google Sheet in an Elixir project.

Upload Files to Google Drive with Phoenix LiveView
This post by Santiago explores uploading files to Google Drive using Phoenix LiveView.

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

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