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Issue #73 - Using constant pools to speed up your Elixir code

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Welcome to Issue #73

This issue is a day late due to a heavy workload these past days.

Sorry for the delay!

This week in Elixir

5 reasons you should use Phoenix instead of Rails
This post is about the 5 reasons that made Elvio switch and why you should consider using Phoenix instead of Rails in your next project!

Using constant pools to speed up your Elixir code
Jacob wrote this brief introduction to module constant pools, colloquially known as the "compile module hack", to increase read throughput and alleviate memory pressure.

Announcing Phoenix in Action!
Geoffrey wrote a book! The new book Phoenix in Action has been released in Manning’s MEAP. Through Nov 28, use the code mllessel to get 50% off.

Robert Virding joins Spawnfest's panel of judges
SpawnFest is a coding contest on the interwebs. You can totally write your projects in LFE, Erlang, Elixir or any other flavor of Beam. Register your team for FREE and win some great prizes!

Ebert for Elixir/Phoenix - First Steps
Let Ebert's code review service help you write better code. Here’s how to get started.

Use the 1.6 code formatter in your browser
The folks at Slab built an in-browser Elixir formatter so everyone can use the new formatter today without installing 1.6-dev.

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

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