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Issue #278 - Credo 1.6 released

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This week in Elixir

Pitfalls of Metaprogramming in Elixir
In the final part of this series on metaprogramming, Jia looks at three common pitfalls you might encounter when using macros in Elixir.

Credo 1.6 released
Credo 1.6 has finally been released. Check out First-Run Mode and Pinning your Checks in Credo's Config.

Exception Monitoring for Elixir Phoenix with Sentry
Jack wrote this guide to show you how to set up exception and error monitoring for your Elixir Phoenix application with Sentry to get notified when users find an error in your app.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Phoenix Live View Enable Profiling Misc

Thinking Elixir: Elixir at Supabase with Paul Copplestone Podcast

Elixir Wizards: Re-Platforming One of the Original Dot Coms in Elixir with Angel Jose Podcast

Using Rust with Elixir for Code Reuse and Performance by Niklas Begley Video

100 Years of Erlang | Quinn Wilton | Code BEAM America 2021 Video

Pattern Matching Trouble in ExUnit Blog post

Ecto: An Introduction to Elixir's Database Toolkit Blog post

Exception Monitoring for Elixir Phoenix with AppSignal Blog post

Integrating AppSignal with Phoenix Liveview Tutorial Blog post

Phoenix Liveview - From --no-html to Html & Liveview Blog post

christian-fei/crypto_watch Project update

pawurb/ecto_psql_extras: Ecto PostgreSQL Database Performance Insights Project update

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

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