Elixir Deployment

When we last checked in our our struggling hero, me, I was struggling with the Jungle that is AWS and it's layers and layers of AIM roles, services accounts, interwoven services, and endless dependencies. Step one. Oh snap. After a long hard slog, and what felt like death by a thousand tiny cuts, it's working. I now have a deployed Elixir Phoenix App, building, running, rolling updating, all by git commits.

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Elixir with Phoenix

We're doing it again. Avoiding actual work by playing around with Elixir using the Phoenix framework and I love it. Now, can we get it deployed in a reasonable way so that projects we work on can be shown off to the world?

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83: Elm Community

I was gonna steer clear of this topic after initially reading the post by Chris Gregori [Elm and why its not quite ready yet](https://blog.bitsrc.io/elm-and-why-its-not-quite-ready-yet-2c516a81e252) , and the follow up by Lucas Payr [How Can the Elm Community Improve](https://https://medium.com/@orasund/how-can-the-elm-community-improve-79075f0fe1f0) , but it sort of festered on my mind, which listening to this reason behind this weeks tardy release. I have another episode in the cooker, one that was a lot more fun to work on, but there was something about this open conversation that I just can't shake.

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82: Open Source Support

Covering the current state of open source support both monetarily and emotionally to those that put in so much work and effort that everyone benefits from.

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81: Yearly Theme Check-in

The year is half over! Now's a good time to take stock of our yearly themes and see how we've done sticking to it and what we can to to improve parts, and to also celebrate what we've been doing well. 🎆

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