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Issue #299 - What’s up in Your BEAM? — introducing BEAMchmark

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This week in Elixir

Taking Hashrocket's "ultimate Elixir CI" to the Next Level
Tyler's writeup of a sample project for a comprehensive Elixir continuous integration setup.

What’s up in Your BEAM? — introducing BEAMchmark
Introducing BEAMchmark - a tool for measuring parameters like scheduler utilization, reductions, or the number of context switches.

Boulevard - Senior Elixir Engineer
The fine folks at Boulevard are looking for new talent! This is a full time, 100% remote (within the US) position with a highly ranked Forbes best startup!

Tips for Improving Your Elixir Configuration
Elixir Configuration be a bit tricky to get right, here’s some tips by Jason on how to write maintainable configuration and some configuration pitfalls to avoid.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Ecto Query Ellipsis Misc

Backstage: The Oban Pro Featuring Parker Selbert Podcast

Thinking Elixir: Rustler Precompiled with Philip Sampaio Podcast

Elixir Wizards: Miguel Cobá on Deploying in Elixir and Other Languages Podcast

Pagination with Phoenix LiveView Video

Elixir Meetup #4 - Michael Lubas & Bartosz Górka Video

Hacky Hot Code Reloading Blog post

Animating Error Tags in Phoenix LiveView Blog post

Render Beautiful pdf Invoice with Phoenix and Pagedjs Blog post

Surprising Anonymous Functions Usage you Don’t Know Blog post

N+1 Problem by Misusing Phoenix PubSub and how to Spot It with OpenTelemetry. Blog post

Refactoring Toward Algorithms in Elixir Blog post

Storing and Fetching Data in Sessionstorage with Elixir/Phoenix LiveView Blog post

How our Growth Challenged our Data Migration Process Blog post

intellij-elixir/README.md at v12.2.1 · KronicDeth/intellij-elixir Project update

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

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