Issue #5: Elixir in the Trenches, a free e-book and better Elixir support for IntelliJ

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This week in Elixir

Solving our SOA problems with Elixir
The people at GitMonitor describe the wins their company is seeing after re-writing two of their major services into Elixir.

Elixir in the Trenches
CarbonFive share their experiences using Elixir as backend for an iOS application that let users share where they are and what they’re doing.

IntelliJ Elixir v4.1.0 released
It's tremendous to see how much patience and consistent work Luke and the other contributors put into the IntelliJ Elixir plugin.

Free book - Versioned APIs with Phoenix
Software is not set in stone, it evolves. In this free book you'll see how a software project can benefit from using versioned APIs.

Using Postgres range data type in Ecto
This post shows you how to use Postgres' support for ranges with Ecto.

You, Mix And Kubee!
Leverage Kubernetes to deploy your Elixir/Phoenix applications in style!

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

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