ErlangInside

Archive for 2009

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jui

Fault-Tolerant News: Erlang:lists/2

Welcome to the second of the erlang:lists series where we list some interesting happenings in the world of Erlang. erlang:lists(NewErlangIRC) –  Kevin Smith  just launched a new IRC channel: #erlang-otp. Have an Erlang question you need answered quick? Wishing you had a friendly place to hang… Read more »

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jui

Watch Out, Nextflix!

Erlang dev offers $1000 bounty to improve his multicast code Read more »

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jui

Fault-Tolerant News: Erlang:lists/1

Welcome to the start of the erlang:lists series where we list some interesting happenings in the world of Erlang. erlang:lists(CouchDBNaked) – Harish Mallipeddi, a performance engineer at Yahoo, has put together a great post on the  internals of CouchDB , and how to even use some of the couch… Read more »

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jui

Sneak Preview of O’Reilly’s New Book

Erlang Programming by Francesco Cesarini and Simon Thompson Read more »

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mai

37 Signals Creators Embrace Erlang (Where It Makes Sense)

You may be familiar with 37 Signals, the guys who brought us Ruby on Rails, Campfire, and Basecamp, among other products. Mark makes a wonderful case for using the right tool for the job in this “Nuts & Bolts” post on how the Campfire internals work better with Erlang. Campfire is a web-based… Read more »