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This week in Elixir

Securing Elixir/Phoenix Applications: 5 Tips to Get Started
When it comes to securing your own project, determining where to begin is a difficult task. Michael wrote this post to help with that.

Elixir Distribution, ELI5
There are a few key points that help Elixir run in distribution. Pawel shows us how to setup a cluster locally and between two machines!

Create a Multi-tenant, Whitelabel Application in Elixir & Phoenix Part I: Working with Subdomains
Makis wrote this interesting post on how to use subdomains to provide a scope for your Phoenix app.

FOSDEM 2023 is finally going to be in-person again!

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

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