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  • Elixir Conf Europe CFP is now open
    2014-12-01 Erlang Central

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    ElixirConfEU 2015 Speaker Proposal Welcome to the first Elixir conference in Europe. You've come to the right place to submit your talk for ElixirConfEU 2015. If you have multiple topics on which you can speak, please provide a submission for each proposed talk. Talks will be alloted 40 minute time slots, including time for questions. Talks may be recorded, but the recording status is unknown at this time. Speakers whose proposals are selected for ElixirConfEU 2015 will receive ...


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  • “Discovering Riak 2.0- Infinite Scale Gets Easier” a new webinar from Basho and Erlang Solutions
    2014-12-01 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 ...


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  • toker – Pluggable parsers for the Erlang compiler
    2014-12-01 brucify

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    https://github.com/uwiger/toker Pluggable parsers for the Erlang compiler This project started as an experiment with runtime code injection using the parse_trans library. (Note, 'Toker' is the Swedish name for Dopey the dwarf, but also obviously a word play refering to token transformation.) This library installs itself into the Erlang compiler, allowing modules to switch parser modules as well as install token transformers. Example: the toker_test module uses a custom syntax: ...


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  • hackney 1.0.0 released – HTTP client library in Erlang
    2014-12-01 brucify

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    hackney - HTTP client library in Erlang Hackney is an HTTP client library for Erlang. Hackney is out since a long time and is actually used in production in many projects.   More details about the release can be found here: https://github.com/benoitc/hackney/releases/tag/1.0.0 Documentation is available on Github: https://github.com/benoitc/hackney This releases highlights the following features: - no message passing (except for asynchronous responses): res ...


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  • RabbitMQ 3.4.2 released, mostly bug fixes
    2014-11-28 brucify

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    Release notes:¬†http://www.rabbitmq.com/release-notes/README-3.4.2.txt Downloads:¬†http://www.rabbitmq.com/download.html   Release: RabbitMQ 3.4.2 Release Highlights ================== server ------ bug fixes 25788 prevent HA queue synchronisation from taking quadratic time when there are many messages on disk (since 3.1.0) 26474 prevent false positive detection of partial partitions (since 3.4.0) 26460 prevent badarg in rabbit_diagnostics:looks_stuck/1 (since 3.3. ...


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  • Erlang Factory San Francisco Bay Area 2015 – Call for talks
    2014-11-26 Erlang Central

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    Do you have what it takes to present in front of a passionate audience looking to learn new things? Have you made an interesting innovation, open-source application or product with Erlang/OTP? Have you used Erlang or Elixir in a real-world project and want to present a case study? Or maybe you developed a cool tool? Let the crowd know about it and submit your talk here. The deadline for talk submissions is 14 December. Take a look at the tracks for 2015 here. ...


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  • Alchemist 0.7.0 Released! Elixir Tooling Integration Into Emacs
    2014-11-25 brucify

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    Alchemist v0.7.0 Elixir Tooling Integration Into Emacs https://github.com/tonini/alchemist.el Enhancements Implement alchemist-company backend. Separate alchemist-complete functionality. Optimize the building of the complete list. Replace shell-command-to-string with background processes to improve performance and to remove emacs workflow disruption. Add project directory check to save-hook (Thanks @pragdave) Remove dispensable informations in compilation buffers Alchemi ...


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  • Call for Participation: BOB 2015 (January 23, Berlin)
    2014-11-25 brucify

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    Check out the BOB program - many talks and tutorials, and an entire track with Erlang tutorials! ================================================================ BOB 2015 Conference "What happens if we simply use what's best?" January 23.2015 Berlin http://bobkonf.de/2015/ Program: http://bobkonf.de/2015/programm.html Registration: http://bobkonf.de/2015/registration.html ================================================================ BOB is the conference for developers ...


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  • Yaws 1.99 is released!
    2014-11-25 brucify

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    Folks, Yaws 1.99 is out. We're like wine, maturing. Getting better !! Tested release at http://yaws.hyber.org/download/yaws-1.99.tar.gz and http://yaws.hyber.org/download/Yaws-1.99-windows-installer.exe Code at https://github.com/klacke/yaws Thanks everyone for contributing. Community effort at it's best !! /klacke/steve/christopher _______________________________________________ erlang-questions mailing list erlang-questions@erlang.org http://erlang.org/mailman/listinf ...


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  • Dialyzer support is coming soon to Lisp Flavored Erlang
    2014-11-20 brucify

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    See origional here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/lisp-flavoured-erlang/AdxKlTWK_-M/jeGsUltE-y0J I have started work on getting dialyzer to work on LFE files. Internally inside dialyzer this is no problem as it uses Core erlang which is what the LFE compiler generates. However, the dialyzer interface and file handling have no provisions for anything else except .erl or .beam files. This knowledge is also spread over a number of modules which are tightly integrated so there is no clea ...


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  • hdr_histogram_erl 0.1.0 High Dynamic Range Histogram Library for Erlang/OTP
    2014-11-19 brucify

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    Where: https://github.com/darach/hdr_histogram_erl What: The HDR histogram library is an Erlang native interface function wrapper of Mike Barker's C port of Gil Tene's HDR Histogram java utility. Details here: http://hdrhistogram.org/ A high dynamic range histogram is one that supports recording and analyzing sampled data points across a configurable range with configurable precision within that range. The precision is expressed as a number of significant figures in the recording. ...


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  • jamdb_sybase (Erlang driver for SAP Sybase ASE)
    2014-11-19 brucify

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    Hello, I want to make an official announce of jamdb_sybase.   https://github.com/erlangbureau/jamdb_sybase jamdb_sybase is driver for SAP Sybase ASE written in pure Erlang. Eighteen months ago, I needed to work with Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise. ODBC is not approached because require additional configuration at the operating system level. So there was this project. This driver more than a year works in highload production, on several projects, and established itself well. Tho ...


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