This Week in Elixir and Erlang - Issue #11



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This Week in Elixir and Erlang
This Week in Elixir and Erlang - Issue #11
By Preslav Rachev • Issue #11 • View online
Welcome to another edition of This Week in Elixir and Erlang.
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ElixirConf EU
José Valim
Today during my @ElixirConfEU keynote I announced there is an ongoing PhD scholarship for researching and developing a type system powered by set-theoretic types for Elixir.

Here is a quick summary... 🧵 [1/6]
Uku Täht
Interesting discussions on adding a type system to Elixir at @ElixirConfEU
Sam Aaron 🇪🇺 🇺🇦
It has been an honour to be part of @ElixirConfEU this year and to live code for Elixir’s 10th birthday party.

The Elixir community is full of really smart and extremely open minded people.

I learned such a lot yesterday both from interesting talks and deep conversations.
Links and News
Issues · mhanberg/elixir.nvim · GitHub
for m ← otch, do: m
If you want to help contribute the the elixir.nvim Neovim plugin I've been working on, please checkout the open issues!

#MyElixirStatus @elixirlang @Neovim
Enforce uniqueness when using Oban.insert_all() · Issue #388 · sorentwo/oban · GitHub
Parker & Shannon
Unique insert_all is coming to Oban Pro, and it's 5-13x (👇📉) faster than inserting one at a time! We'll finally knock out our oldest open issue! (

Thinking Elixir Podcast 102: Machine Learning in Elixir with Sean Moriarity
Episode 102: @sean_moriarity explains #MachineLearning in the @ElixirLang space. It's a fast developing area and Sean helps us follow the important points even if we aren't doing ML ourselves… because our teams may still need it. #ElixirLang #ai
One Million Jobs a Minute with Oban · Oban Web+Pro
Parker & Shannon
Following up on our recent spoiler, we've published "One Million Jobs a Minute with Oban"

Explore Oban's performance boundaries and system load through a journey to processing millions of jobs a minute 📊🚀

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