Lasp: a little further down the Erlang rabbithole – This is not a Monad tutorial


By Erlang Central | Published: May 10, 2017



A few years ago I found Lasp: “a suite of libraries aimed at providing a comprehensive programming system for planetary scale Elixir and Erlang applications”. At this point it should come as no surprise for you to learn that here at Not a Monad Tutorial we are are interested in distributed systems and Erlang. After playing a little bit with Lasp I watched a few talks by its creator: Christopher Meiklejohn. After watching his talk “Distributed, Eventually Consistent Computations” I decided it was time to interview Christopher.

https://notamonadtutorial.com/lasp-a-little-further-down-the-erlang-rabbithole-febba29c8d0c



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