Archive for January, 2009



The Top Ten Erlang News Stories of 2008

It goes without saying that 2008 was a difficult year for many, with 2009 looking to be more of the same. But for the Erlang community, it was probably the best year since Joe Armstrong released Programming Erlang . OK, that was 2007… still, it’s a great time to use Erlang. Here are the top ten… Read more »



BeepBeep, Another New Erlang Framework

Happy New Year! It’s been a great 2008 for Erlang, which we’ll cover in our 2008 Retrospective in another post later this week. For today, it’s a new, simple web framework for Erlang called  BeepBeep . Written by Dave Bryson, it uses  MochiWeb , which most Erlang Web developers are familiar with Read more »