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I've stumbled upon solutions multiple times in Elixir forum and hadn't taken the time to sign up. Boy, was I missing out. There's a ton of super helpful questions that have already been answered or discussed on the forums. I would recommend becoming a member and asking questions if you can't find what you need through traditional search.
The most insightful response I've seen thus far was in regards to defining a
many_to_many relationship in Ecto that also used the
Awesome lists are a wonderful way to learn more about different topics. I highly recommend looking for them for a topic you're planning on learning even if it isn't tech related. I started looking through the Elixir awesome list to learn more about Elixir.
One nugget that I ended up taking away from the caching section was that most Elixir apps don't reach for Redis when they need caching support. A lot of the community seems to point to
Learned more about good patterns how to write fast elixir.
I learned about the dangers of requesting lists of entities in Absinthe without taking the N + 1 problem into account.
I've been wondering about how to deploy my personal Elixir projects and have started to investigate using Gigalixir. I haven't used it yet, but it seems like a good candidate to reduce yak shaving in regards to setting up infrastructure. I'm sure I'll post more about this in the future.