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This week in Elixir

ElixirConf EU 2021 Couple of Words About the Event | Curiosum
Michał wrote this short review of ElixirConf.

Elixir Sponsorships
Eric from SmartLogic writes about the Elixir libraries they sponsor.

Faster Test Execution In Elixir
Bartosz shows several ExUnit features that help in speeding up test workflows.

A Very Simple Scriptable Elixir Server with Tests
Marcio shows how minimal a simple Plug server can be.

Thank You
Nice note from Mikko about the people he is thankful for.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Thinking Elixir: Meet Core Team Member Aleksei Magusev Podcast

Keynote: Clarity - Saša Jurić | ElixirConf EU 2021 Video

Keynote: Q&A with Chris McCord - José Valim, Chris McCord | ElixirConf EU 2021 Video

alfredbaudisch/pardall_markdown: Reactive Publishing Framework, Filesystem-based with Support for Markdown, Nested Hierarchies, and Instant Content Rebuilding. Written in Elixir. Project update

Build a Reactive Real-time Markdown-based Website with PardallMarkdown and Phoenix LiveView Video

Creating Data with ExMachina Video

Wallaby Gets a Twitter Account! Blog post

Using IO.puts and IO.inspect in ExUnit Tests Blog post

Injecting and Discovering Dependencies in OTP Supervisors Blog post

What Are Atoms in Elixir and How To Monitor Them With AppSignal Blog post

Discover the Phoenix #2 - Automatic Deployment Blog post

How to Update Post Params in Elixir Phoenix Blog post

How to get Verification Emails for User Registration Working in a Phoenix 1.6 web Application, Using SendGrid Blog post

Crbelaus/trans v2.3.0 released Project update

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

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