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This week in Elixir

Install Mutiple Erlang and Elixir with Vfox
vfox is a potential replacement for asdf when it comes to managing your Elixir/Erlang versions.

Unpacking Elixir - IoT & Embedded with Nerves
Lars got into Elixir via this lovely project, so let’s talk hardware.

Binary Pattern Matching <<1::1, 0::1, 1::1>>
Danie wrote a post about the basics and more advanced aspects of binary pattern matching in Elixir.

Ash. The Hidden Champion of Low-code Tools
Lukas asks: May Ash be the hidden champion of low-code tools?

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

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