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  • Basho joins the Advanded Erlang Initiative
    2015-10-22 brucify

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    Basho, Developer of Riak NoSQL Database and Big Data experts is joining Advanced Erlang Initiative. Basho is renowned for its highly resilient, available and massively scalable NoSQL distributed database product line. Developed in Erlang, these tools have been widely used and are helping Erlang based products earn recognition well outside of the Erlang community. Check it out at http://advanced-erlang.com/news/2015-10-19-basho-joins-advanced-erlang-initiative/ Do not miss one of the upc ...


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  • The Erlang issue tracker is here bugs.erlang.org
    2015-10-22 brucify

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    The new Erlang Issue Tracker is here! bugs.erlang.org The OTP team and Industrial Erlang User Group has announced a new issue tracker to replace the erlang-bugs mailing list. The days of going through the mail archive to find Erlang bugs is over.   FAQ   1. Where can I see the issues? Go to Issues.   2. Will I still be able to use erlang-bugs mailing list? We recommend you to report new bugs at bugs.erlang.org instead. You are still able to use erlang-b ...


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  • Including Rebar3 in official Erlang/OTP releases
    2015-10-22 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    The Industrial Erlang User Group and Ericsson have discussed the possibility of including Rebar3 in the official Erlang/OTP releases and made progress. In a recent monthly meeting between IEUG and Ericsson, the Industrial Erlang User Group expressed its intention of endorsing Rebar3 as a build tool and package manager and releasing Rebar3 together with the official Erlang/OTP. Ericsson is positive about including and endorsing Reber3 in the OTP releases, as long as certain changes are made i ...


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  • Announcing Erlang Issue Tracker bugs.erlang.org
    2015-10-21 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group announces the new issue tracker for Erlang/OTP (https://bugs.erlang.org). The issue tracker replaces the erlang-bugs mailing list to provide a place where the community reports bugs, suggests improvements and new features. You can access the issue tracker starting today. The issue tracker for Erlang/OTP is a step towards improving and formalising the process of community contributions, a goal which is actively worked on by the Industrial Erlang User Group. The IEU ...


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  • New webinar: Improvements in RabbitMQ: Performance and Future Directions
    2015-10-14 Erlang Central

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    What tools were used to identify the areas of the broker that needed improvement in terms of performance and what techniques were used by Pivotal to achieve favorable results? Alvaro Videla will gloss over RabbitMQ's internal architecture in order to give enough context, then will take webinar attendees to the deep end in a tour of potential  features that will make RabbitMQ even faster in the future. REGISTER NOW Bio: Alvaro Videla works as Core Developer for RabbitMQ. Before moving to Euro ...


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  • Berlin Erlang Factory Lite 1 Dec
    2015-10-09 Erlang Central

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    The 3rd edition of the Berlin Erlang Factory Lite  will take place on 1 Dec! Prepare yourselves for a whole day full of Erlang and Elixir talks and additional hands-on training on OTP, Advanced Erlang Techniques and Phoenix on 2-4 Dec. The Early Bird is 89 EUR + VAT and ends on 10 November. Students get 50% off the regular price. To get the student discount please email conferences@erlang-solutions.com from your university email account for details. http://www.erlang-factory.com/berlin201 ...


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  • Lambda Days Early Bird tickets will be released tomorrow!
    2015-09-30 Erlang Central

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    Early bird tickets for the third edition of Lambda Days are available starting October 1! You can get them until November 1 or until they run out. Interested in joining it? Make sure you get them fast! http://lambdadays.org/ Lambda Days is an event like no other gathering people passionate about functional programming. The first year was an amazing surprise - an explosion of inspiration and positive energy generated by local communities of tech experts, students, specialists, lea ...


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  • Nicotib – an Erlang interacton with the bitcoin blockchain
    2015-09-28 azku

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    I have just made public a project I am working on. The reason for not having been public already is that I didn't think there was anything important to share on it. It was just a tool to get to know the inner guts of bitcoin. What have changed now, is that, despite me not having gotten to know all the guts of bitcoin, I think I have built an interesting framework for people to work on. It works the same way whether you want to start a client, a server or both. For the clients it creates a pool o ...


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  • Erlware Blog: Rebar3 Features (part 5): Dependency Tracking
    2015-09-21 erlware.org

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    When starting rebar3 a goal was to never again end up in a situation where rm -rf deps to get the right set of dependencies was the quickest or only way forward. An important piece of this is the new and improved upgrade command. However, this post will cover a less visible (it isn't a new command) improvement related to how rebar3 fetches and tracks dependencies each time the compile command is run. ...


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  • Call For Papers – Lamdba Days 2016
    2015-09-18 Erlang Central

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    Lambda Days is an event like no other gathering people passionate about functional programming. The first year was an amazing surprise - an explosion of inspiration and positive energy generated by local communities of tech experts, students, specialists, leaders and innovators. Second edition of our conference exceeded all expectations - with almost 400 attendees, 47 speakers and 7 tracks over two days it was hard to decide which opportunity deserves most attention. We’ve worked hard, d ...


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  • Tail-f Systems (Cisco) joins IEUG
    2015-09-18 Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group

    Industrial Erlang User Group welcomes a new member, Tail-f Systems, who has been acquired by Cisco in June 2014. Tail-f Systems is a leading provider of multi-vendor network service orchestration solutions for traditional and virtualized networks. Tail-f’s solutions are equally applicable for today’s network problems, such as layer 2 or layer 3 VPN provisioning, and next-generation networking based on NFV and SDN technologies. Tail-f is now a part of Cisco.   About Industrial Erl ...


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