For Elixir specifically, the resources I’ve gone through so far via Safari include:
Advanced Elixir and OTP (video)
Functional Web Development wit Elixir, OTP, and Phoenix (currently working through this one)
Searching for “elixir” currently yields 650 results; 633 books, 3 learning paths (which are curated lists of books/videos to work through), and 14 video series. Everything O’Reilly and a bunch of affiliated publishers have made available.
On the whole, though, I prefer to work through written text - that’s just how I tend to learn.
TBH, I haven’t ventured too deeply into the other areas of ACM, except a quick skim on ScienceDirect (which looks awesome, although I think only a subset is available related to computing?). There’s SkillShare, job boards, and a bunch of other stuff I’ll probably never get the time to explore properly, plus industry events and other stuff.
Definitely worth $75/yr, IMO - 3 books a year covers what I’d normally spend on Amazon for the same titles. I probably get through 5-10x that.