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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #323
This week in Elixir

Id3vx – a Library for Parsing and Encoding ID3 Tags
Remember ID3 tags in MP3 files? Lars wrote an awesome ID3v2 library and an equally awesome introductory blog post.

My Future with Elixir: Set-theoretic Types
The first article of José's "My Future with Elixir" series is out and it discusses Set-theoretic types and the core team's on-going research on types for Elixir.

Faster XML Parsing with Elixir
Explore how you can parse XML effectively with Elixir using a few different methods.

Optimize Ecto's insert_all with Placeholders
Learn how to never sent duplicate data to your database again with insert_all/3 calls using placeholders.

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

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