News items from episode #21.

Gleam 0.12 has been released, including Gleam OTP 0.1.2

https://gleam.run/news/gleam-v0.12-and-gleam-otp-v0.1-released/
https://twitter.com/gleamlang/status/1322650886179573760

New OS based on Elixir and Erlang

The Kry10 Secure Platform (KSP) is an Operating System on a microkernel called seL4®. It is built with Erlang, and Elixir technologies.

https://twitter.com/boydmulterer/status/1323118735318642688
https://kry10.com/blog/intro_to_kry10
https://kry10.com/

Hex.pm adds downloads charts

As a hacktober project, Todd Resudek added a feature to the community package repository, hex.pm. If you go to a project there now, you can see it. He implemented a graph showing the download counts over time. It looks great. Check it out!

New Elixir Case Study featuring change.org

New case study listed on elixir-lang.org website featuring change.org.

https://elixir-lang.org/blog/2020/10/27/delivering-social-change-with-elixir-at-change.org/

Erlang blog post on the Erlang interpreter

We talked with John Högberg in episode #17 about the JIT compiler and the future release of OTP 24. In this post he goes deeper on the Erlang interpreter.

https://twitter.com/erlang_org/status/1321112870483054598
http://blog.erlang.org/a-closer-look-at-the-interpreter/

Elixir 1.11.2 released

The minor fixes here fix some issues regarding Nerves 1.7.

https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/blob/v1.11.2/CHANGELOG.md
https://twitter.com/NervesProject/status/1323641861802786819 

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