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Issue #283 - Cross-cutting Elixir in Teams

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This week in Elixir

Creating Reusable Ecto Code
Creating a highly reusable Ecto API is one of the ways we can create long-term sustainable code for ourselves.

Cross-cutting Elixir in Teams
Alex shows what it means to use Elixir to replace pretty much every part of a typical stack.

What You Need to Know About Logging in Elixir with Logger
If you have bug or you app is not working as expected, your log files may be critical to fixing the issue.

Achievements of BEAM Community in 2021. Erlang, Elixir and More
Lets revisit the Beam'ing and Colorful year 2021 Achievements.

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

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