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  • Erlang meetup in Paris
    2015-06-05 brucify

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    We are organising a french meetup about "Erlang and it's ecosystem" on 06-23 in Paris : http://www.meetup.com/Erlang-Paris/events/222956412/ The location is still to define. If you want to talk about your usage of Erlang, Elixir or LFE, the CFP is there: http://goo.gl/forms/fgiU1uqZFELooking forward to see you there :) - benoît ...


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  • Lager 3.0 coming soon!
    2015-06-05 brucify

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    Basho has been working on an update[1] to lager to support multiple event sinks so different behaviors can be configured based on type of message. Security audit information, for example, may have different needs than general event messages. Because this introduces some subtle backwards compatibility issues with lager's tracing mechanism, we're going to roll this into a new major version of lager, 3.0, along with several community PRs[2]. Specifically, the backwards compatibility problems ...


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  • Erlang RAFT protocol implementation – Feedback is welcome
    2015-06-04 dreyk

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    We have released a full RAFT consensus implementation on Erlang. https://github.com/dreyk/zraft_lib It supports all main RAFT features and more. Dynamic reconfiguration. Log truncation. Snapshots. Plugable BackEndModule. It's first release and we have a small TODO list. Feedback is welcome.   [caption id="attachment_61328" align="alignnone" width="300"] Erlang RAFT protocol implementation[/caption] ...


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  • Elixir in Action released
    2015-06-01 sasa

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    Elixir in Action is a tutorial book that aims to bring developers new to Elixir and Erlang to the point where they can develop complex systems on their own. No knowledge about Elixir, Erlang, or functional programming is required, but it is assumed that a reader has a few years of production experience using mainstream OO languages, for example C#, Java, Python, or Ruby. The book starts with a basic introduction to the Elixir language and functional programming idioms. The central part of th ...


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  • Do you write #erlang? Want to be part of an awesome conference in Dublin? Submit to Kats Conf 15
    2015-05-31 brucify

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    Kats Conference 15: Call for Papers Kats Conference is a Functional Programming conference that will take place in Dublin on September 12, 2015. The main goal of the conference is to have a great time learning about Functional Programming.A range of talks, lighting talks, and workshops will be organised on the day.Kats Conference encourages local participation, so if you are in Ireland please submit a talk or workshop. While writing your proposal keep in mind that this is a day for learning, s ...


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  • Parse Combinator Library for Erlang. Simple way to create parsers for languages
    2015-05-28 Anand Kumar

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    Parse Combinator Library for Erlang. Simple way to create parsers for languages, DSLs etc that can be defined in a Parser Expression Grammar (PEG) Please fork from: https://github.com/akkeshavan/pegERL This parser combinator library is based on the example developed in my book "Deep Dive: The Magical world of functional programming Part II." The examples in the book were developed  in JS.  The books are available here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PYBJ7DQ http://www.amazon.com/dp ...


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  • gcm-erlang – An Erlang application for Google Cloud Messaging
    2015-05-27 brucify

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    gcm-erlang https://github.com/pdincau/gcm-erlang This software provides an Erlang client for Google Cloud Messaging. What you can do with gcm-erlang: Using gcm-erlang you can: start several gen_servers representing different GCM applications defined by different GCM API keys send notification messages to Android mobile devices registered to your specific application and registered to GCM using a specific registration id So far gcm-erlang does only provide support for JSON messages ...


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  • [ANN] geas 1.0.0 released
    2015-05-27 brucify

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    Dear Erlangers, This message announces the release of the unpretentious module : geas 1.0.0  "Guess Erlang Application Scattering" https://github.com/crownedgrouse/geas Available in erlang.mk index too. This module can give you useful informations, quickly, from beam files, even without source code. Mainly : - if at least one module in project is compiled native and for which architecture - What was the compiler version - What are the Erlang versions compatible with this ert ...


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  • Call for Talks – Code Mesh London 3-5 Nov
    2015-05-27 brucify

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    Hi all, Code Mesh is back! Like every year, our aim is to bring together a wide range of alternative technologies and programming languages and the wonderful crazy people who use them to solve real-world problems in software industry. With the aim of bringing together as many new users and inventors of non-mainstream tech as possible, we are opening our first Call for Talks (which closes on 26 June). http://www.codemesh.io/#call-for-talks Andra Dinu Community & Social ...


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  • Erlang meetup this Wednesday night – Chicago
    2015-05-27 brucify

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    If you're in the Chicago area tomorrow night and have some spare time, come on in - the Erlang's fine! http://www.meetup.com/ErlangChicago/ Distributed Computing - Chicago Erlang - May 2015 http://www.meetup.com/ErlangChicago/events/222345735/ When: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Where: Braintree 222 W Merchandise Mart Plaza Suite 800, Chicago, IL (map)   Garrett   ...


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  • Ruster-Unsafe and Ruster
    2015-05-14 brucify

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    Since Rust is hitting 1.0.0-release shortly, now is a good time to point out some Rust NIF libraries I’ve been working on.  “Rust” is a modern systems language with a focus on speed, safety and concurrency.  “Ruster-Unsafe” is a bare binding of the C NIF API.  “Ruster” is a higher level binding that sits atop Ruster-Unsafe. Ruster-Unsafe is usable today, but Ruster is still under heavy construction.  It is premature for me to be announcing Ruster, but I thought I would menti ...


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  • Learn to use QuickCheck to develop bullet proof code
    2015-05-14 brucify

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    Learn to use QuickCheck to develop bullet proof code 2 Day Workshop 29 - 30 June 2015   Know more at http://zachkessin.com/ QuickCheck is a powerful tool for testing code, it will find bugs in code that would probably never have been found otherwise, and reduce them to a simple case that the developer can understand. However QuickCheck has a learning Curve, it can be a challange to get used to building tests as properties, this class will get you over that obstacle with 2 full d ...


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