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  • Stanford Seminar – Joe Armstrong of Ericsson
    2014-11-26 Erlang Central

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    "Faults, Scaling, and Erlang concurrency" -Joe Armstrong of Ericsson Colloquium on Computer Systems Seminar Series (EE380) presents the current research in design, implementation, analysis, and use of computer systems. Topics range from integrated circuits to operating systems and programming languages. It is free and open to the public, with new lectures each week. ...


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  • CodeMesh 2014 – John Hughes – QuickCheck Evolution
    2014-11-25 Erlang Central

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    QuickCheck Evolution http://www.codemesh.io/codemesh2014/john-hughes QuickCheck, our random testing tool, has a long track record of nailing serious and hard-to-find bugs and boosting quality, in software like dets (part of mnesia), Riak, and the embedded software in cars. QuickCheck is usually used manually and interactively: the developer invokes QuickCheck, finds a bug, and fixes it--rinse and repeat. But how should QuickCheck be deployed in the longer term? How should it be used for re ...


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  • CodeMesh 2014 – Joe Armstrong – Connecting Things Together is Really Difficult but it Could and Should be Rather Easy
    2014-11-17 Erlang Central

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    Connecting Things Together is Really Difficult but it Could and Should be Rather Easy http://www.codemesh.io/codemesh2014/joe-armstrong This talk is about how we connect programs together. I'll talk about composing complex systems from simple parts. Simple things are easy to make, but complex things made by composing simple things are very difficult to build. It talk about why this is so, and what we can do about it. In this talk, I'll visit monads, pipes, protocols and contracts. Final ...


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  • CodeMesh 2014 – Andreas Stefik – The Programming Language Wars
    2014-11-13 Erlang Central

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    The Programming Language Wars The discipline of computer science has a long and complicated history with computer programming languages. Historically, inventors have created language products for a wide variety of reasons, from attempts at making domain specific tasks easier, to technical achievements, to economic, social, or political reasons. As a consequence, the modern programming language industry now has a large variety of incompatible programming languages, each of which with unique sy ...


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  • CodeMesh 2014 – Mandi Walls -Building Testable Infrastructure with Chef, Test Kitchen, and Docker
    2014-11-12 Erlang Central

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    Building Testable Infrastructure with Chef, Test Kitchen, and Docker Correct infrastructure is essential for ensuring that your applications will be deployed correctly into production. New tools in infrastructure automation make the process of creating testable and verifiable infrastructure components much easier than in the past. This talk will explore how three of these tools, Chef, Test Kitchen, and Docker, create a workflow for creating and testing application infrastructure before deployme ...


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  • Webinar – Elvis (and how to properly rock in the Erlang World)
    2014-10-31 Erlang Central

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    Sorry for the video quality Inaka (part of Erlang Solutions) has an ever growing team of Erlangers who usually work in small teams for different projects. To really be able to do so smoothly, some degree of uniformity on the generated code is required. Over the course of the years and the projects, we've compiled an (also ever growing) list of Erlang Guidelines and Best Practices that we enforce. They are now public at github for all to see and contribute. But, stating the rules and givi ...


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  • Chicago Erlang Conference 2014 – Mostly Erlang Podcast, LIVE at After Party Venue – Zachary Kessin
    2014-10-28 Erlang Central

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    Mostly Erlang podcast conducted from the Chicago Erlang Conference after party. http://www.chicagoerlang.com/zachary-kessin.html Zachary Kessin has been developing for the web for almost 20 years, he has worked in Perl, PHP, TCL, Javascript and Erlang, and has done so in Boston, London, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Zachary is the Author of Programming HTML5 Applications, Building Web applications in Erlang and the upcoming Testing Erlang. He runs the weekly Erlang podcast titled Mostly Erlan ...


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  • Chicago Erlang Conference 2014 – Building Web Scale Apps with Nitrogen – Jesse Gumm
    2014-10-24 Erlang Central

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    Web Scale is all the rage, but how does Erlang fit in? In this talk Nitrogen project lead Jesse Gumm will walk you through how to build a massively web scale application in the leading Erlang web framework. http://www.chicagoerlang.com/jesse-gumm.html You will learn how to build an effective and interactive application in Erlang with Nitrogen. You will learn how the unique combination of Nitrogen’s postback system and its element representation allow you to quickly and intuitively build ...


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