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Good places to start on trapexits wiki:
- How To documents
- Erlang Cookbook
- Erlang Concepts - Articles dealing with specific Erlang aspects
- Erlang Best Practices - Articles dealing with best practices in Erlang
- Erlang Articles
- Interfacing with the real world
- Erlang and Other Languages - How Erlang compares with other Languages
- Testing Erlang - How to test your code in Erlang
- QuickCheck - Erlang QuickCheck
- ErlangJobs - Erlang and Erlang related Jobs
- Artificial Intelligence with Erlang - A collection of Articles and How Tos
- Erlang User Groups Worldwide
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