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Issue #93 - New Podcast: Elixir Outlaws

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Elixir, Processes and This Thing Called OTP
Amanda sheds a light on what OTP is, how it works and what you should know about Elixir, Processes and This Thing Called OTP.

New Podcast: Elixir Outlaws
Elixir Outlaws, a new podcast by Anna, Amos and Chris, aims to be the hallway track of the Elixir community!

Measuring Memory Consumption on the BEAM
Benchee 0.13 was released this weekend, and in that release there’s one feature that Devon is SUPER excited about. Starting with this release, you can now benchmark memory usage in Elixir or Erlang functions!

Private Elixir Packages and Organizations
Dependabot now supports private Hex packages and organizations.

BuiltWithElixir.com is Looking for Your Help
Edgar built this website to showcase projects made with Elixir.

Testing Phoenix Channels on a Mac App
This post describes a proof of concept using Phoenix to sync desktop apps. The example is implemented in Swift as a Mac app, which could be as easily implemented in any other language or platform of your choice.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Get Application's Current Version in Production Misc

TIL: Shell Out With Elixir Misc

Page Specific Titles, Meta and rel Canonical Tags in Phoenix Video

Lambda Days 2018 - José Valim- Introducing HDD: Hughes Driven Development Video

Graceful 404 Pages in Phoenix Video

Listing Multiple Types of Content in a Page Template Video

Learn Elixir by Creating a Command Line Application Blog post

Organize and Serve Page-Specific Javascript in Phoenix Blog post

Bitcoin Mnemonic Phrase in Elixir Blog post

Check out Adroll's Highlights from CodeBEAMSF 2018 Blog post

Resizing Images In Elixir with Mogrify Blog post

Choosing Elixir's Phoenix to Power a Real-time Web UI Blog post

Phoenix: UI Tests Using Hound Blog post

geo 3.0.0 and geo_postgis 2.0.0 Project update

Weave 4.0.0 released, config loader for 12-factor Elixir apps, supporting inline conf for umbrella apps Project update

elasticsearch-elixir v0.2.0 Project update

Benchee 0.13.0 with memeory measurements is live! Project update

Pastry, library to turn maps and keyword lists to query strings. Project update

Errol: Opinionated RabbitMQ consumer framework Project update

Leibniz: Math expression parser and evaluator Project update

Accent - Developer-oriented translation tool built with Elixir Project update

An event driven messenger chatbot library Project update

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

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