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Issue #326 - Oban Starts Where Tasks End

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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #326
This week in Elixir

Remote Development in Elixir with Gitpod 🍊
Ben wrote a post on how to get up and running with Elixir and Gitpod.

Oban Starts Where Tasks End
Parker describes why Oban layers missing functionality on tasks and leverages persistence.

Cross Site Scripting (xss) Patterns in Phoenix
Have you had to deal with XSS vulnerabilities in an Elixir application? Michael walks us through four different examples of vulnerable code in his blog post.

🎙 Elixir Wizards: Mark & David from Thinking Elixir on Ecto Queries 🎙
A podcast takeover! The hosts of @hinking Elixir join the Elixir Wizards to parse the particulars of Ecto Queries!

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

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