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Issue #277 - Build an Elixir Redis Server That's 100x Faster than HTTP

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This week in Elixir

Designing Solutions with State Machines in Elixir
Norberto talks shows examples how to design solutions with state machines in Elixir.

Build an Elixir Redis Server That's 100x Faster than HTTP
Need a fast server and client? HTTP too slow? Try the Redis Protocol for lightning fast, low-overhead API calls.

Filters In Phoenix
Read all about how to implement filters in Phoenix in this new blog by Sundi.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Thinking Elixir: TypeCheck with Wiebe-Marten Wijnja Podcast

Elixir Wizards: The Impact of Elixir Launchisode Podcast

How to Update Elixir Dependencies? Blog post

UUID as Primary key with Ecto Blog post

Enabling PostgreSQL Cron Jobs on AWS RDS Blog post

Building Realtime LiveView App Using Phoenix PubSub Blog post

Deploy Phoenix 1.6 with Elixir Releases on Gigalixir Blog post

Building a Simple Calendly Clone with Phoenix LiveView (pt. 1) Blog post

Building a Simple Calendly Clone with Phoenix LiveView (pt. 2) Blog post

Phoenix Database Migrations with Elixir Releases Blog post

Creating Note Taking app Using LiveView and GenServer - Part 1 Blog post

Creating Note Taking app Using LiveView and GenServer - Part 2 Blog post

Deploying an Elixir Release Using Docker on Render.com Blog post

Why Elixir is the Programming Language You Should Learn in 2022 Blog post

Knowledge Sharing — Leading and Lagging Indicators Blog post

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

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