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Introducing Elixir Radar: the weekly email newsletter about Elixir

Tl;DR: We’re launching a weekly email newsletter about Elixir. It’s called Elixir Radar. We would like to invite you to subscribe to it. A little bit of Elixir’s history You may know José Valim. You may know Elixir. You may know Plataformatec. But you may not know the story of how Elixir was created and … »

Organizing microservices in a single git repository

Microservices has gained popularity recently and some projects I’ve worked on had followed this approach. Basically, it’s an approach of software architecture that allows breaking monolithic applications into smaller decoupled, business-oriented and isolated deployable applications. Each microservice normally is hosted in its own git repository, since it has very defined business boundaries and the code … »

Empirical knowledge formalization in project retrospectives

All software projects are challenging, although not all at the same level. Even the easiest projects are tough and demand attention in order to make good decisions and adjust the course. There are plenty of ways of doing so, like sprint retrospectives, where the good and the bad things are exposed and discussed. But, another … »

The pros and cons of 4 deployment process techniques

The way of deliver your product code to your customer is commonly called “deployment”. It is an important matter because it will impact in how fast your product will respond to changes and the quality of each change. Depending on which deployment decision you take, it will impact your team and how you use your … »

XSS vulnerability on Simple Form

There is a XSS vulnerability on Simple Form’s error options. Versions affected: >= 2.0.0 Not affected: < 2.0.0 Fixed versions: 3.1.0, 3.0.3, 2.1.2 Impact When Simple Form renders an error message it marks the text as being HTML safe, even though it may contain HTML tags. In applications where the error message can be provided … »

Converting Erlang code into Elixir

When you are new to any language, you probably want to run some existing code just to see how it works. Achieving success while trying new things is important, because it helps fueling your interest. The number of code examples in Elixir is increasing, but sometimes you will have to read some Erlang code. Recently, … »