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Erlang/OTP 25

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Erlang/OTP 25
By Preslav Rachev • Issue #8 • View online
Hello again. This is the first issue of This Week in Elixir and Erlang for a long time. I am trying to automate and schedule the preparation of those, so you can get new issues more regularly. I think I have found a model that works. Future editions will be fed by a dedicated Murmel feed, which compiles the best of the Elixir and Erlang community on Twitter.

Erlang/OTP 25 Highlights
Ericsson OTP Team
#Erlang/OTP 25.0 is released, see
For a deeper dive into the highlights you can read our blog
The 2022 Developer Survey is now open - Stack Overflow Blog
José Valim
Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2022 is out:

Featuring Elixir, Erlang, and Phoenix! #MyElixirStatus
ElixirConf 2022 Aug 30 - Sep 2
Finally! It’s happening.

ElixirConf US 2022 is at the Gaylord Rockies.

If you want to be a trainer, the CFP is now open.
Thinking Elixir Podcast 99: Slipstream and Tree-Sitter with Michael Davis
Episode 99: Michael Davis explains Slipstream, a Phoenix channels websocket client library that enables @ElixirLang applications to become a client of an @ElixirPhoenix channel on another server! We even talk Tree-Sitter and more! #ElixirLang is Hiring Rails Specialists · Fly
Mark Ericksen
Many of our friends are also in the Rails community. They should definitely see this job. Share it with a friend. ♥️
Ecto's uniqueness constraint vs Rails' uniqueness validation
German Velasco
If you haven’t used Ecto and come from Rails, I wrote a summary of that difference:


Hope it's helpful!

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