HappiHacking joins IEUG


By Industrial Erlang User Group | Published: June 18, 2015



Industrial Erlang User Group announces a new member, HappiHacking. Erik Stenman will represent HappiHacking as a new member of the Board.

HappiHacking is a software development company and a group of hackers specialized in scalable servers and the Erlang programming language. HappiHacking (http://www.happihacking.com) aims to bring strategy board gaming to a new level by providing a platform and an engine for turn based gaming in a social environment (https://www.straboga.com). HappiHacking’s mission is to give people the ability to lose themselves in intellectual challenges together with their friends. “Naturally we are using Erlang for the server side.” says Erik Stenman, CEO of HappiHacking. Mr. Stenman was previously a representative for Klarna in the Industrial Erlang User Group.

About Industrial Erlang User Group

The Industrial Erlang User Group is a non-profit organization consisting of a group of enterprise Erlang users, funding a range of activities focused on developing the Erlang community and broader adoption.

For more information, please contact

Bruce Yinhe, Community Manager, tel: +46 72 3114389, email: community-manager (@) erlang.org



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