This Week in Elixir and Erlang #14

A few links and news shared by the Elixir and Erlang community. No more, no less. Instead of a newsletter.

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This Week in Elixir and Erlang #14

Welcome to the final edition of This Week in Elixir and Erlang for this year. And what a year it has been!

Before we all close this murky chapter of human history, I have one plea for you. If you had to give your 2020 a number between 1 and 10 what would that be?

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All answers are anonymous. If more than 10 people have their say, I will announce the results in the next issue.

For me personally, the year was a chance to reassess my priorities. Elixir (and in no small part, Erlang) played a huge role in that. In a single year, I started this weekly series, interviewed many great people from the community, wrote an ode to Elixir and Erlang which made it to the top of Hacker News, and last but not least, helped start three Phoenix projects (linqable, PodRadio, and AROUNDAWORLD).

I am hopeful for 2021 and am looking forward to meeting you all in person again. If any of you is looking for a project partner, collaborator, or consultant, I will be more than happy to talk to you.

I wish all of you a happy and healthy new year!



for the Ruby part of the Elixir community


#028 DepViz and ElixirLS with Jason Axelson
EMx 120: Exploring GraphQL with Elixir
Shawn Vo on Elixir as a Competitive Advantage
Today we speak with Shawn Vo, Axle Payments Co-Founder and CTO, about his journey with Elixir and how it has given his company a competitive advantage.
#027 Ash Framework with Zach Daniel


Optimizing User Experience with LiveView - DockYard
Learn how LiveView enables rich UX and how to lean on client-side solutions when needed
An Incremental Approach to Declarative Design
Declarative Design sits at the very core of my largest project, Ash Framework. Some of its benefits are described in the Ash Doctrine but, as with all things in tech, an example is worth a thousand pontifications
How To Pattern Match Constants In Elixir
Introducing Phoenix LiveSessions
Better Phoenix Sessions with LiveView integration and PubSub support
The case for Elixir
Today I want to give you an introduction to the programming language Elixir, some of its features and why you might want to check it out!

Projects / Libraries

Niex is an interactive Elixir code notebook built with Phoenix LiveView. - jonklein/niex