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Issue #275 - ElixirConf 2021 Highlights

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This week in Elixir

Burrito: Wrap Your Application in a BEAM Burrito!
Aaron and Quinn just open sourced Burrito, a library that allows you to build and distribute cross-platform, command-line Elixir applications to environments without an installed Erlang runtime.

ElixirConf 2021 Highlights
Bonnie wrote up a blog post highlighting her favorite talks and moments from this month’s ElixirConf.

Presenting PLDS
Philip created PLDS (Phoenix LiveDashboard Standalone), which allows you to run the LiveDashboard against non-Phoenix applications, to debug Broadway pipelines, and more.

You can in Fact use Schemas in Migrations
Josef wrote about how a lot of times people are discouraged from using schemas in migrations but why the problem is not the schemas themselves.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Come Work with us at Team Engine Misc

Thinking Elixir: PardallMarkdown with Alfred Reinold Baudisch Podcast

ElixirConf 2021 - Mrinal Wadhwa - End-to-end Encrypted Messaging in Elixir with Ockam Video

ElixirConf 2021 - Nicholas Henry - Onboarding New Developers with Living Documentation Video

ElixirConf 2021 - Lightning Talks Video

ElixirConf 2021 - Mat Trudel - Bandit on the Loose! Networking in Elixir Demystified Video

Exception Monitoring for Elixir with Honeybadger Blog post

Porting Files Generated by Phoenix to Surface Blog post

Ecto Named Bindings in Your Queries Blog post

How to Use Macros in Elixir Blog post

Deduplicating Authentication and Authorization Tests in Elixir and Phoenix Using Macros Blog post

Test Driven Development with Elixir Blog post

Pain Free Documentation with Elixir. Blog post

Legendary: New Features This Week Blog post

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

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