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This week in Elixir

Isolating code in contexts
Lasse wrote a blog post about how he isolates code in contexts for better maintainability.

The (not so) Magic Tricks of Testing in Elixir (1/2)
Daniel wrote this new blog post about testing in Elixir.

Elixir & Phoenix Tutorial: Build an Authenticated App
This is a tutorial for building an authenticated app (using Auth0) for a countdown event app.

Thinking Functionally
A Plataformatec team member and PragProg are releasing the book “Learn Functional Programming with Elixir” and Plataformatec are giving away the first chapter “Thinking Functionally”.

Designing scalable application with Elixir: from umbrella project to distributed system
Anton published a post about designing scalable application with Elixir from umbrella project to distributed system.

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

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