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Elm Weekly - Issue #126

Traffic simulation game, a new code optimisation tool, type mismatch errors, a Rust frontend framewor
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Elm Weekly - Issue #126
By Alex Korban • Issue #126 • View online
Traffic simulation game, a new code optimisation tool, type mismatch errors, a Rust frontend framework inspired by Elm, new version of elm-stat, and Richard Feldman on the next paradigm shift in programming.

Articles and Discussion
Understanding Elm's Type Mismatch Error
Tools and Projects
Jobs
Full Stack Engineer (Blissfully, New York + Remote)
Blissfully develops a SaaS management platform and is looking for someone to join their team in a (nearly) full-stack capacity. In particular, someone who really loves the process of taking a new feature from a rough idea into something customers will love. This journey tends to include DB schema design, GraphQL API design and implementation, and front-end interface building.
The stack for their platform is 100% AWS Lambda with TypeScript, serving a GraphQL API to an all-Elm single-page app (180k LoC after you remove generated code).
Get in touch with Aaron ([email protected]) with some notes about yourself, or a link to your about page.
Talks
Not an Elm talk but it’s an interesting dive into the history of programming languages by Richard Feldman, the author of Elm in Action:
Richard Feldman — The Next Paradigm Shift in Programming
Richard Feldman — The Next Paradigm Shift in Programming
That's it for this week!
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