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Elm Weekly — Issue #59

This week: internationalization, data structures, drag-and-drop.
Elm Weekly
Elm Weekly — Issue #59
By Alex Korban • Issue #59 • View online
This week: internationalization, data structures, drag-and-drop.

Articles and Discussion
elm-conf will be returning to St. Louis (STL) on Sept 12, 2019 together with Strangeloop. The CFP is open now and closes on May 10 (submit by May 5 to get a round of feedback). A couple of spots are reserved for first-time speakers.
Paul Fioravanti goes in-depth on the topic of allowing the user to change the display language of an application at runtime.
Tools and Projects
Anna Bansaghi has created a package for mouse-based drag and drop of sortable lists.
Alex Korban has upgraded Elmstatic, the Elm-to-HTML static site generator, to Elm 0.19.
Rakuten has an open position for a front-end developer in Tokyo.
BeSpiral | Remote
BeSpiral is a Brazilian company looking for a mid/senior-level frontend developer to work on their Elm/GraphQL application. To find out more, DM lucca on the Elm Slack.
FidelisClayton | Las Vegas
FidelisClayton is looking for Elm developers to work on projects using IBM Watson APIs for SaaS product offerings. To find out more, DM idonohue on the Elm Slack.
"Make Data Structures" by Richard Feldman
"Make Data Structures" by Richard Feldman
Curators' Corner
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