I’m excited to announce that TaxJar has developed and released an open-source library to parse a string into a DateTime! It’s really helpful if you need to accept user input of dates and/or times, without knowing the format in advance.

Check it out:

Introducing Knigge - An opinionated way of dealing with behaviours

Knigge is a new package which allows you to easily define “facades” for your behaviours.

Checkout our blog post on the motivation and our train of thought!

Announcing Cainophile - Postgres change data capture tool

Officially launching my Postgres change data capture tool written in Elixir today. It has a lot of work remaining but it might already be useful!

Shameless plug: Check out @elixirstatus' other community project:

Credo, a new static code analysis tool that acts as a code linter, but also focusses on teaching coding practices and code consistency.

An agent-based simulation environment for the testing and optimisation of trading algorithms.

New way to start with Elixir:

Excited to launch website to help developers get up-to-speed quickly on Elixir. For the team that needs to on-board a new hire or the individual learning on their own. Solving the mental shift.

Website: Twitter: @thinkingelixir

Launching with the Pattern Matching Course for FREE and additional courses in the works.

ElixirMix Podcast 062 - Plataformatec and with Wojtek Mach

In this episode of ElixirMix, we talk with Wojtek Mach about running, migrating it to Elixir 1.9 and the new releases, working on the Plataformatec R&D Team, the new official myxql library for MySQL support, broadway and much more!

Podcast Episode

How to use Mint, an awesome HTTP library for Elixir - Part 02

env_helper 0.2.1 published, now with more env helping!

New version of env_helper, now with automatic list conversion for your comma delineated environment variables!

Property-Based Test-Driven Development in Elixir

Implementing a function from scratch by using a property-based test-driven approach in Elixir using StreamData.

ElixirWeekly: The Elixir Community Newsletter, covering community news you easily miss, shared on ElixirStatus and the web, in one email every Thursday.

A topology and parameter evolving universal learning network.

Originally created by Gene Sher.

Based on Handbook of Neuroevolution Through Erlang.

Don’t plan on doing too much more with this project but thought I would share it with the community in case others find it useful :)

Fast Ordered Model in Phoenix with ecto_list

I made this library to help people build ordered model with Drag and drop ordering edit easily. No LiveView involved! (though, you might work with this with LiveView too)

Tai - A toolkit to build real time trading strategies

An alpha quality toolkit to build and test trading strategies. Currently it only supports a few of the major cryptocurrency exchanges but it can be extended to other markets and venues via adapters.

ElixirOutlaws - I no longer feel things

Chris is by himself this week and he’s answering your questions.

Topics covered: design by contract, norm, going remote, communicating complex systems, pairing, interesting features for elixir, frustrations with the community, and why he continues to do this podcast.

Mastering Phoenix Framework book by @shankardevy goes open source

I’m releasing one of the books from Phoenix Inside Out book series on #phoenixframework under CC licence today.

The book can be viewed online

To know more about what is covered in this book, visit this thread on Elixir forum (

Report any issues that you find in the book on the Github repo

Thank you @elixirlang @elixirphoenix and the awesome dev community.

Special thanks to my readers ❤️ for sharing positive and constructive feedbacks

Senior Elixir Engineer @ SimpleBet

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The misunderstanding of “let it crash”

In this blog post, Hubert tries to clarify what is - and what is not - Erlang’s “let it crash” philosophy. Hopefully this clears out some confusion around the term. Read it on AmberBit’s blog

TeslaMate 1.0 released – a self-hosted data logger for your Tesla 🚘


TeslaMate is a self-hosted data logger for your Tesla. It pulls data from the Tesla API into a Postgres database. Grafana Dashboards enable various reports and geomaps e.g.

  • Lifetime driving map
  • Trip and charging reports
  • Driving efficiency report
  • Consumption (net / gross)
  • Vampire drain
  • Projected 100% range (battery degradation)
  • Visited addresses
  • History of installed updates

Elixir Internals: Paul Schoenfelder on Distillery – Smart Software Podcast

We talked with @gotbones about Distillery - how it got started, where it is now, and where he sees it going in the future. Give it a listen!

Suspicidy 0.1.0 Release - Detect suspicious web requests

I released version 0.1.0 of Suspicidy. It aims to detect suspicious web requests. For the start, it comes with a data-set of almost 800 paths, collected from real web crawlers.



Elixir Forum thread:

The Many uses of Elixir's Task Module

The Elixir Task module has many uses, in this article we explore how to use the Task module and the ways it can both speed up application and help us create simpler code and architecture