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  • [ANN] ErlangBA Meetup #2
    2014-10-14 brucify

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    All, We're doing it again!! On November 10th we'll host a new Erlang BA Meetup in Inaka's offices at Villa Crespo! This time Álvaro Videla, a Developer Advocate for RabbitMQ/Pivotal and co-author of RabbitMQ in Action (Manning Publishing), is visiting us. He is going to speak about RabbitMQ Internal Architecture. And for those who are willing to start learning Erlang, we'll also have Brujo Benavides (Inaka's CTO) speaking about FiaR, a simple but complete introductory project to get yo ...


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  • Two big releases in one day of ZOTONIC – Erlang web framework and CMS
    2014-10-13 brucify

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    The newest and greatest Versions 0.12.0 and 0.11.0 released, yes two releases in one day! http://shar.es/1mpvYM Version 0.12.0 and 0.11.0 released shar.es After 6 months, we are proud to present you the next releases of Zotonic, 0.12 and 0.11! Why two releases, you might ask? Well, it's simple: the 0.12 branch has all the goodies of the 0.11 branch, but the added feature is that it uses Bootstrap... Michiel Klønhammer Founder at LearningStone ...


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  • Call for Speakers: Functional Programming in Finance, London October 31st
    2014-10-09 brucify

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    Functional Programming in Finance London Friday 31st Oct 2014 http://www.funcfi.com/ Functional Finance Conference is looking for a last talk on Erlang in highly transactional, high volume systems which might include exchanges or payment switches. Interest is also around big data and analytics. Please get in touch with shep@FuncFi.com "Functional Finance" is a conference specifically for functional programmers in finance. While the event has a strong F# element, there's lots here that ...


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  • Elixir v1.0.1 has been released!
    2014-10-07 brucify

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    https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/releases/tag/v1.0.1 Enhancements [Mix] Add MIX_ENV output to archive.build (as on escript.build) Bug fixes [CLI] Fix Elixir CLI when running on Cygwin [ExUnit] Include stacktraces in ExUnit timeouts [Mix] Load dependencies before deps.check compiles dependencies [Mix] Ensure Mix.Config is deep merged [Mix] Change version requirement in new apps to ~> MAJOR.MINOR [Mix] Report correct location if local.hex fails and give higher priority to powers ...


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  • [ANN] Intro to Erlang – Bangalore, 15 November 2014
    2014-10-02 brucify

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    Hello all, i'm teaching 'Intro to Erlang' @ Bangalore, 15 November 2014 This is an affordable 1-day event for any technical individual in Bangalore who may be interested in learning a bit of Erlang. Requires some hands-on coding. If the response is good, then we plan a follow-up event - bring in a renowned expert for advanced topics. Full details at: http://www.keyfunda.com/events/ [If you are an experienced Erlang programmer then this event is not for you. However if you are i ...


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  • [ANN] CloudI 1.3.3 Released!
    2014-10-02 brucify

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    Download 1.3.3 from http://sourceforge.net/projects/cloudi/files/latest/download(checksums at the bottom of this email)CloudI (http://cloudi.org/) is a "universal integrator" using an Erlang core,with its actor model, to pursue efficiency, fault-tolerance and scalability.The CloudI API provides a minimal interface to communicate among actors thatare called services (long-lived processes), so programming language agnostic,database agnostic, and messaging bus agnostic integration can occur.Cl ...


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  • [ANN] Rockse: A Facebook Rocksdb Erlang binding
    2014-09-30 brucify

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    A very initial non-production ready release of the Facebook Rocksdb Erlang binding. Currently it only supports put/get/delete https://github.com/ttyerlsol/rockse My motivation is to have some basics in-place which would encourage investigation into distributed databases. At this release rockse only deals with tables within a single node, later release will also do database replication with per table replication strategies. Enjoy tty.erlang@gmail.com ...


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  • [ANN] debbie 1.0.0 : .DEB Built In Erlang
    2014-09-29 brucify

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    Hello community, debbie 1.0.0 has been released. debbie is an Erlang module that creates DEBIAN packages from an usual DEBIAN package directory structure on disk. An Erlang equivalent to dpkg-deb. debbie is FULL Erlang, and no external command is done, allowing to create DEBIAN packages on any platform where Erlang can run. No need to have root privilege, neither fakeroot command, UID/GID are modified in embedded TAR files. I hope you will enjoy this module ! Regards PAILLEAU Eric <eri ...


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  • [ANN] eavro – Apache Avro binding
    2014-09-29 brucify

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    Hello Community, I would like to announce an Erlang application 'eavro' for Apache Avro binding: https://github.com/SIfoxDevTeam/eavro Features: * Encode/decode are fully supported for all Avro types * Read/write Object Container Files * deflate - supported * snappy - not yet * Avro RPC protocol * Client * Server Feedback and patches are welcome.   Artem Teslenko <ates@ipv6.dp.ua> ...


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  • ErlangCamp Austin Oct 10,11!
    2014-09-26 martinjlogan

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    3 weeks left to register for ErlangCamp in Austin, Oct 10,11! Learn how to code real world fault tollerant Erlang/OTP applications from the guys who wrote the book on it. This 2 day workshop is perfect for beginners and intermediate Erlangers who want to take their skills up a notch. During the course you will learn essentials of erlang, basics of OTP, distributed Erlang, debugging and quite a bit more. Register here: http://erlangcamp.com ...


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  • [ANN] xorshift1024* PRNG for Erlang
    2014-09-24 brucify

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    I've released one more non-cryptographic random number generator implementations for Erlang. This is still in the alpha phase, so bug reports and enhancements welcome. xorshift1024* (exs1024) https://github.com/jj1bdx/exs1024/ xorshift+ and xorshift* pseudo random number generators (PRNGs) look promising as faster and more compact alternatives to Mersenne Twister PRNGs for 64-bit execution environments. The implementations is in Erlang without NIFs, with the MIT license. xorshif ...


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