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  • Thinking like an Erlanger – Torben Hoffmann
    2015-02-02 Erlang Central

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    If you find Erlang is a bit tough, or if testing gives you headaches, this webinar is for you. We will spend most of this intensive session looking at how to design systems with asynchronous message passing between processes that do not share any memory. Since processes are so cheap to create in the Erlang run-time, one has to embrace designing with lots and lots of processes, which puts an emphasis on the interaction between the processes. For this we will look at Message Sequence Charts (MS ...


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  • Eric Meadows-Jönsson – Elixir Tooling – Berlin Erlang Factory Lite
    2015-01-16 Erlang Central

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    Elixir Tooling http://www.erlang-factory.com/berlin2014/eric-meadowsjonsson You may have been introduced to Elixir before. The language features have been shown; strong meta-programming, protocols, and Erlang interop. This talk is about the less talked about, but equally important, surrounding features of Elixir. Eric will talk about Elixir tooling specifically Mix the build tool and Hex the package manager. The talk will go in-depth about Mix's project and build structure, how dependencies ...


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  • Martin Rehfeld – How To Ship New Code Without Taking Your System Down – Berlin Erlang Factory Lite
    2015-01-15 Erlang Central

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    Deployment Options: How To Ship New Code Without Taking Your System Down Erlang is quite famous for long-running interruption-free installations. But how is this achieved in practice while still evolving the software? We will look at different deployment options, from simple to advanced: 1. Deployment by restart 2. Hot code reloading 3. Release handling See hot code reloading in action and learn how to avoid common traps & pitfalls. Talk objectives: By the end of this ta ...


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  • CodeMesh 2014 – Panel Debate: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
    2015-01-14 Erlang Central

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    Andreas Stefik Chad Fowler Jessica Kerr Steve Vinoski Viktor Klang Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel once said that "The only thing we learn from history that we learn nothing from history". While the context and era was different, these wise words can also be applied to the software industry. Why are we repeating the same mistakes done by others decades ago? Why are we reinventing the wheel when tackling problems already researched and solved, and in doing so, reinventing them badly? We are ...


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  • “World’s First Post-Quantum Secure Messaging App” & “Writing an Erlang-C node”
    2015-01-12 Erlang Central

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    London Erlang User Group Sorry for the audio problems We'll meet at 6 pm and start with some pizzas and beer, then move on to the TWO talks of the evening. The talks will be 30 minutes each, followed by 10-15 minutes for questions. 1. Developing and Implementing the World’s First Post-Quantum Secure Messaging App - PQChat The world’s internet infrastructure will be broken on the arrival of quantum computers as the majority of its public key security is dependent on RSA, elliptic cu ...


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  • Implementing Languages on the BEAM – Robert Virding – London Erlang User Group
    2015-01-12 Erlang Central

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    The BEAM, the Erlang VM, was designed to implement Erlang. This has led to that the features it provides and its limitations are different from most other VMs. In this talk we will why the BEAM looks like it does and how this affects the implementation of languages on it. We will also show the Erlang compiler workflow and how to use this when implementing languages. Finally we will show examples of how to "go beyond" the BEAM and implement features for which it was wasn't originally designed and ...


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  • Robert Virding – Erlang: Evolution- Berlin Erlang Factory Lite
    2015-01-09 Erlang Central

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    In this talk will discuss the circumstances that led to Erlang, the design choices that were made, what the future holds for Erlang and how it all relates  to building scalable distributed systems now. http://www.erlang-factory.com/berlin2014/robert-virding About Robert Robert Virding is Principal Language Expert at Erlang Solutions Ltd. While at Ericsson AB, Robert was one of the original members of the Ericsson Computer Science Lab, and co-inventor of the Erlang language. He took part ...


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  • CodeMesh 2014 – Alejandro Ramallo – Marketing, Big Logic and a Pinch of ACID
    2015-01-08 Erlang Central

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    Marketing, Big Logic and a Pinch of ACID Consumer Marketing is becoming the most computationally significant capability in the enterprise. In this talk I will be describing the challenges faced by Consumer Marketing in the FMCG world and our experience in implementing a Consumer Engagement platform to deliver soft real-time mass customisation. I'll describe the design and implementation of our core platform, Leapsight Semantic Dataspace (LSD), a distributed, scalable, fault-tolerant deduct ...


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  • Brian Troutwine – Monitoring Complex Systems: Keeping Your Head on Straight in a Hard World – Berlin Erlang Factory Lite
    2014-12-22 Erlang Central

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    Monitoring Complex Systems: Keeping Your Head on Straight in a Hard World http://www.erlang-factory.com/berlin2014/brian-troutwine This talk will provide motivation for the extensive instrumentation of complex computer systems and make the argument that such systems. This talk will provide practical starting points in Erlang projects and maintain a perspective on the human organization around the computer system. Brian will focus on getting started with instrumentation in a systematic way an ...


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  • Webinar: Discovering Riak 2.0- Infinite Scale Gets Easier
    2014-12-18 Erlang Central

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    Join Basho Product experts as we take a deep dive into the Riak 2.0 features and capabilities. Other vendors may offer you infinite scale as a marketing ploy but Riak 2.0 furthers the Basho commitment to providing an easy to use, scalable, distributed database with the addition of Riak Data Types, Integrated Search, and much more. Erlang Solutions invites you to join this webinar to learn more about the new features and capabilities in Riak 2.0 as well as a customer case study. Our speaker ...


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  • Robby Raschke – Erlang-Lua: How to write an Erlang C Node – Berlin Erlang Factory Lite
    2014-12-17 Erlang Central

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    Erlang-Lua: How to write an Erlang C Node http://www.erlang-factory.com/berlin2014/robby-raschke It is quite straightforward to integrate Erlang with other technologies, several mechanisms exist: NIF, linked-in drivers, port programs, C and Java Nodes. This presentation will outline how you can combine the port program and C Node mechanisms to provide a coupling between Erlang and the Lua programming language. The following details will be covered (albeit briefly): starting and stopping t ...


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  • The Cool Kids <3 Erlang – Gustav Simonsson, Henning Diedrich – Berlin Erlang Factory Lite
    2014-12-15 Erlang Central

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    The Cool Kids <3 Erlang http://www.erlang-factory.com/berlin2014/gustav-simonsson At the 2014 EUC, Garrett Smith claimed the cool kids do not use Erlang. Unbeknownst to him – at the very same time, in Berlin – a bunch of hardcore developers prototyped an advanced Bitcoin contract system in Erlang, at the legendary underground bitcoin-accepting bar, room 77. Cranking out a stack using Erlang and JavaScript, a bleeding-edge, multi-signature Bitcoin system was built, featuring ne ...


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