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Why I Program In Erlang
Published: 6 years ago
Erlang is a twenty-five-year-old programming language that has yet to win a popularity contest, and almost certainly will never win any medals for speed, let alone any tiaras for syntactic
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Using Erlang for an Open Telecommunications Platform
Published: 7 years ago
While the Erlang programming language is an excellent tool to build massively scalable distributed systems that will never go down, you need more than just a programming language to enable
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Why your web framework should not adopt Rack API
Published: 7 years ago
For the past few years I have been studying and observing the development of different emerging languages closely with a special focus on web frameworks/servers. Unfortunately, most of the new
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The Trouble with Erlang (or Erlang is a ghetto)
Published: 8 years ago
This is a blog post I have been meaning to write for quite some time. I lament doing so because I've made a considerable time investment into the Erlang infrastructure
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Scala + Erlang = Scalang
Published: 8 years ago
Scalang is a message passing and actor library that allows Scala and Erlang applications to easily communicate. Scalang includes a full implementation of the Erlang distributed node protocol. It provides
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Erlang for Python Programers
Published: 8 years ago
There has been a lot of interest in the Erlang language in the last few years. Its model of programming relies on concurrent processes that communicate only by sending and
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Electronic Arts is using Erlang
Published: 8 years ago
Erlang MySQL driver
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Permutations Erlang vs Java (Erlang is CONCISE!)
Published: 8 years ago
I adore languages that produce clear, concise, instructions. Java I sometimes feel forces me to be more verbose than is entirely helpful. Consider a simple example in Erlang vs in
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