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This Week in Elixir and Erlang
This Week in Elixir and Erlang #16
By Preslav Rachev • Issue #1 • View online
Hello and welcome to the first email issue of This Week in Elixir and Erlang!
For those looking at the number #16 above and wondering, TWEE has been running in a non-newsletter form throughout 2020. Due to popular demand, I decided to give emails a try. To keep things easy to manage, I will continue both on a bi-weekly schedule and see how things evolve.
This section will be my personal editorial space, reserved for sharing my thoughts, announcements, or shameless plugs. There is one right here. Last year, I started a series of interviews with individuals and small teams in and around the Elixir space and would love to continue doing so in 2021. If you are interested in getting your story told, please, do not hesitate to contact me.
If you have any feedback or suggestions, please, feel free to share your feedback (completely anonymously).
Let’s get started, shall we?

Announcements
José Valim
Good morning!

I will be on the @ThinkingElixir podcast this Friday to give a sneak peek on the Nx project. I hope soon everyone will learn *what* it is about.

If you want to see *how* and some actual code, then come to my @LambdaDays talk!
Saša Jurić
Just published the first version of an Elixir powered CI as a library. You can learn more at https://t.co/0vRf3aGVjJ. There's a lot of work ahead, but I think it's a solid start :-) https://t.co/f5NLc9ICZu
Hex
Hex v0.21 released with new self-hosting functionality, a `mix hex.sponsor` task to list all your dependencies that accept donations or sponsorship, and much more. https://t.co/g9Pi3ryDkF
Ash Framework
🥳Excited to announce Embedded Resources! They function similarly to Ecto's Embedded Schemas, but they can leverage resource functionality like validation, calculations, and even authorization. They can even be extended! Check out the guide for more: https://t.co/fSHxp92pTI https://t.co/1Ee9xtcV2N
Bruce Tate
There's still one more slot for our Phoenix LiveView class on January 27-29. It's likely to sell out so if you were thinking about signing up to use that new 2021 budget, now's the time.

https://t.co/PADxwpPvcN

#myelixirstatus
Bram Verburg
Erlang/OTP 23.2.2 is out, fixing a critical TLS certificate verification issue in 23.2 an 23.2.1 allowing MitM attacks and forged client certificates - https://t.co/rtayrFiZx3
Community Voices
Podcasts
‎Thinking Elixir Podcast: Circuit Breaker and Elixir Patterns with Allan MacGregor on Apple Podcasts
‎Elixir Wizards: Matt Nowack and Jake Heinz on Elixir and Discord; Bonus: Arthi Radhakrishnan, Community.com on Apple Podcasts
‎Elixir Outlaws: Episode 87: All benefits and no tradeoffs on Apple Podcasts
‎Elixir Wizards: Jason Axelson on the Elixir Language Server on Apple Podcasts
‎Thinking Elixir Podcast: Mutation Testing using Muzak with Devon Estes on Apple Podcasts
Articles
Have You Heard the Good News About Elixir? | X-Plane Developer
PETAL Stack in Elixir - Thinking Elixir
PETAL, LiveView, and LAMP. Labeling Ideas and the Power of… | by Bruce Tate | Jan, 2021 | Medium
Combining authentication solutions with Guardian and Phx Gen Auth - Tutorials and screencasts for Elixir, Phoenix and LiveView
A guide to event handling in Elixir | Maciej Kaszubowski
Renaming column and table in database migrations with Elixir and PostgreSQL | Patryk Bak - a programming blog
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