Issue #96 - Elixir Memory - Not Quite Free
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This week in Elixir
Elixir v1.6.5 has been released
A new version of Elixir has been released! Next to the usual improvements, this release supports the release candidates of Erlang/OTP 21.0.
Elixir Memory - Not Quite Free
Stephen helps those using Elixir to understand the memory allocator and garbage collector that Erlang uses.
Memory Instrumentation in OTP 21
The memory instrumentation module was rewritten for Erlang/OTP 21 to make it
easier to use. In this post John describes the rationale behind the new features
and how to make use of them.
Why I'm Co-organizing The Big Elixir Conference
Bryan, the creator of ElixirScript, is telling us about his journey to become the co-organizer of The Big Elixir in New Orleans on November 8th and 9th.
An entry-level introduction to Plug, in which Hubert shows us how to build a simple website without using Phoenix.
New Version of ElixirJobs with Redesign and Telegram Channel
New version of ElixirJobs has just been released, including a brand new design, easier offer posting and push of new offers to a dedicated Telegram channel.
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