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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #255
This week in Elixir

Felipelincoln – Branchpage
Felipe made branchpage.com, where every article published there has its source code on GitHub, allowing writes to get pull requests from readers.

Good and Bad Elixir
Chris wrote this great article about Good and Bad Elixir. While some of his points might be more or less controversial, this is a great, thought provoking read.

Elixir at Ramp 🧪
Pablo outlines why Ramp, one of NYC’s fastest’s unicorns, chose Elixir for critical services.

Social Virtual Spaces with Elixir at Mozilla
I love these Case Studies on Elixir's homepage. The newest one is about Mozilla's Elixir usage!

Even more from around the Elixir community

Thinking Elixir: Live Auctions with Alex Loukissas Podcast

Elixir Outlaws: Outlaws Live at ElixirConfAfr Podcast

Elixir Wizards: Scaling and The Growth Curve with Francesco Cesarini Podcast

O Podcast da Comunidade Brasileira de Elixir Podcast

Setting up Prometheus and Grafana with Elixir Video

Phoenix LiveView Uploads with CSV Files Video

Teaching Elixir - Control Structures Video

Livebook-driven Development Blog post

Understanding when to use String-based Maps vs Atom-based Maps Blog post

Improve the Clarity of Your Elixir Code Through Expressive and Consistent Language Blog post

Introduction to Phoenix Blog post

How I Handle Static Assets in my Phoenix Apps Blog post

Geolocation Search Input + Autocomplete + Caching Results with Phoenix LiveView Blog post

Three Real-world Examples of Distributed Elixir (pt. 2) Blog post

Da Search Zone: Updating an Old Elixir Phoenix App Blog post

Dsdshcym/promox Project update

Goofansu/ogp Project update

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

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