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This week in Elixir

Shining Access
Alexei blogged on how Access is great, and how it has been used to produce LazyMap, the structure which allows lazy evaluation of values, with caching and transparent access.

10 Reasons DockYard Engineers Love Elixir
DockYard has a long history of industry-leading Elixir work, championing Elixir development with open-source projects, and encouraging diversity within the Elixir community. Here are some thoughts on Elixir's first 10 years.

Livebook for Elixir: Just What the Docs Ordered
Check out some top tips for using Livebook in Elixir and find out how to create interactive docs.

Let’s Query the GitHub GraphQL API from a LiveBook Smart Cell
Wanna make GraphQL queries to the GitHub API from a LiveBook smart cell?

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

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