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This week in Elixir

8 SaaS Using Elixir and Phoenix in Production
Here are some of the most interesting examples of SaaS companies using Elixir and Phoenix as the basis of their technology stack.

Telemetry UI
A lot of popular Elixir packages come with a built-in integration of Erlang’s telemetry system. Simon shows us how to use Telemetry UI to visualize the resulting metrics.

Fix Process Bottlenecks with Elixir 1.14's Partition Supervisor
In this post, the fine folks at AppSignal are exploring Elixir’s new PartitionSupervisor and are taking a look at some code that suffers from the exact bottleneck issue that partitions supervisors are designed to solve.

Elixir Code Style, a Brief Example
A short blog post by Michael showing two ways to write a function, and why one style is better than the other.

Debugging Elixir Phoenix with Dbg
Learn how the new dbg can replace IO.inspect to enhance your debugging workflow.

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

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