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Issue #312 - [video] Elixir's new "dbg" with Pipes

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This week in Elixir

Testing a Phoenix Application for Credential Stuffing with Elixir, Floki, and HTTPoison
Are you familiar with credential stuffing attacks? Michael shows us how credential stuffing works by writing our own testing program in Elixir.

[video] Elixir's new "dbg" with Pipes
Coming soon: A new Elixir macro that let's you "inspect" your code in a way that's much more tailored towards debugging than the usual interlaced "IO.inspect/2".

Writing Predictable Elixir Code with Reducers
Let’s see how code predictability plays a crucial role in a project’s short and long-term health. We will use Elixir’s built-in features for this, like the pipe operator, tuples, and with blocks.

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

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