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  • MongooseIM 2.0.1 has been released
    2017-02-23 bit.ly

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    MongooseIM 2.0.1 has been released! It’s all about fresh improvements and extra stability! Check our new blog post to learn more on features such as SSE for real-time push for Rest API, improved Cassandra for MAM, NOSQL database for message archive, HTTP file upload for in-chat media, and much more. https://www.erlang-solutions.com/blog/mongooseim-2-0-1-more-stability-for-app-developers.html ...


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  • How we program multicores – Joe Armstrong – YouTube
    2017-02-22 youtube.com

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    When we write a program, we just want it to run faster when we run it on a multicore. If I have a 10 core computer I just want it to run 10 times faster, if I have a 100 core computer it should run 100 times faster. When we program in Erlang this is approximately true. Our goal is that applications run 0.75 x N times faster on an N-core computer. In this talk I'll explain how we do this. Joe Armstrong is the inventor of the Erlang programming language. He has a PhD in computer science from th ...


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  • Companies using Elixir in production – YouTube
    2017-02-22 youtube.com

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    We attended Erlang Factory 2015 and we had the chance to interview some of the attendees that are running Elixir in production. See a teaser of what Adam Kittelson, Bruce Tate, Garth Hitchens, Jamie Winsor and Mickaël Rémond have to say about running Elixir in production. Each interview will be published later in our channel. Don't forget to subscribe. ;) #elixirlang https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ls97Fbc4z3A ...


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  • Concurrency in Elixir – via @codeship
    2017-02-22 codeship.com

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    Erlang has been around for over 30 years and was built well before multi-core CPUs existed. Yet it’s a language that couldn’t be more relevant today! The underlying architecture of the language lends itself perfectly to the modern CPUs that are on every computer and mobile device. The computer I’m writing this article on has a 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7 CPU, but more importantly it comes with eight cores. Simply put, it can perform eight tasks at once. https://blog.codeship.com/concurrency- ...


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  • Create a riak_core application in Elixir (Part 3) – GPad – Medium
    2017-02-22 medium.com

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    Hi, welcome back! This is the third post about how to write an elixir application with riak_core. In may last post I asked some questions, let me copy it here: What happens if a node leaves the cluster with :riak_core.leave ? What happens if a node crashes? How can we get the list of all keys? In this post we will try to answer to first question What happens if a node leaves the cluster? https://medium.com/@GPad/create-a-riak-core-application-in-elixir-part-3-8bac36632be0#.526jnn227 ...


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  • A tour of Elixir performance & monitoring tools – Hacker Noon
    2017-02-22 hackernoon.com

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    You’re diving into Elixir and are getting close to releasing your first production Elixir app. How do you profile and monitor it in production? Below is a tour of what’s available in the Elixir ecosystem today. Note that many tools are Erlang-based, which you have access to via Elixir. https://hackernoon.com/a-tour-of-elixir-performance-monitoring-tools-aac2df726e8c#.sh1qesuls ...


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  • 12 Factors To Help You Evaluate Potential Technical Solutions
    2017-02-21 forbes.com

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    Often, the choice of technology starts with observing the customer. A Microsoft shop, for example, is probably better served by C#, .NET, Azure and SQL Server than by Java, Spring, AWS and Oracle. A customer whose developers use Ruby on Rails or NodeJS is probably not a good candidate for a solution that requires a more complex programming language such as Scala or Erlang. http://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2017/02/09/12-factors-to-help-you-evaluate-potential-technical-solution ...


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  • What is Erlang? | thinking_on thinking | Patrick Mulder
    2017-02-21 thinkingonthinking.com

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    You will touch Erlang at some point, if you follow the development of distributed systems. Erlang is a remedy to the pains of a monolithic application. And great programmers such as Adam Wiggins or Jose Valim name Erlang in the context of scalable systems e.g. in this article or here. So, I was curious enough to attend a great, small conference on Erlang: Munich Erlang Factory Lite 2013 As someone who is new to Erlang, a first question must be asked: What is Erlang? Let’s look at different ...


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  • Create a riak_core application in Elixir (Part 3) – GPad – Medium
    2017-02-21 medium.com

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    reate a riak_core application in Elixir (Part 3) Hi, welcome back! This is the third post about how to write an elixir application with riak_core. In may last post I asked some questions, let me copy it here: What happens if a node leaves the cluster with :riak_core.leave ? What happens if a node crashes? How can we get the list of all keys? In this post we will try to answer to first question What happens if a node leaves the cluster? https://medium.com/@GPad/create-a-riak-core-applicat ...


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