ErlangInside

Archive for 2011

16

May

Motivated Reasoning and Erlang vs. Python vs. Node

Check out this comparison between Misultin, Mochiweb, Cowboy, Node.JS, and Tornado . Tests such as this one tend to focus on either raw parsing speed or total number of concurrent connections, and which is more important depends on the ultimate application. Or they perfectly tune the tester’s… Read more »

16

May

Erlang in Haskell

Haskellers who want to experiment with the concepts of Erlang in Haskell can now do so with an  experimental Erlang-like distributed computing framework called ‘remote’ . It’s quite basic but covers concurrency, selective receive of messages, local and global registration of processes, and trapping… Read more »

13

Apr

Memory Models in Erlang vs Java

A view of Erlang (focused on the memory model) from a “Java Code Geek”. Read more »

28

Mar

Playdar Codebase Reduced by 75% by Erlang Rewrite

Playdar , an open-source ‘music content resolver service’ that finds music on your local computers or your friends’ computers and streams that music to you, rewrote the code in Erlang. From the original C++ codebase, Richard Jones  reduced  the lines of code by 75%. In other words, it went from… Read more »

16

Mar

Interview with Tino Breddin: the Social Science of Tech Communities

Tino Breddin, embedded Erlang developer, takes some time to talk with us. Read more »