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Tutorial -  Write type-safe Elixir code with Elm’s syntax
We all love Elixir. It’s expressive and it’s extremely readable, but sometimes we want something more out of our compiler. That’s Krzysztof shows us how to write an Elixir program using a type-safe language.

Have you tried just using a function?
Read about how Pete fell into the trap of overcomplicating his application with Elixir processes. His advice: Always remember that the simplest tool that does the job is probably the best tool for the job.

[video] Learn Word Lists in 1 minute
Let’s master the art of Word Lists in 1 minute!

Elixir to Run Python in Parallel
Python is a lovely programming language. But that means nothing every time you have to face the GIL. So let's run Python in parallel ...

CodeReloader Plug
This is a Code Reload Plug which you can use outside Phoenix.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Understanding Pattern Matching Video

ElixirConf.EU 2017 - Claudio Ortolina | Always Available Video

ElixirConf.EU 2017 - Timmo Verlaan | Nerves Clustering Using Your Own Distribution Video

Elixir with Love Conf - 10 Nov - Providence Conference

ElixirConf US - 5-8 Sep - Bellevue Conference

Elixir.LDN 2017 - 17 Aug - London Conference

Elixir Moscow Meetup

Dropping the Cowboy server signature in a Phoenix app Blog post

Deploy Early and Often: Deploying Phoenix with Edeliver and Distillery - Part Two Blog post

Elixir and Phoenix so far, Routing and Controllers Blog post

Phoenix/Elixir App Secured with Let’s Encrypt Blog post

Deploying Elixir & Phoenix Applications on Kubernetes - Part 5 Blog post

New Chocolatey NuGet BEAM Packages Blog post

WebSockex 0.2.0 Project update

Sobelow, the Phoenix vulnerability scanner - v0.3.2 Project update

Mango Ecommerce Demo Site in Phoenix Project update

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

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