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  • Hex by Eric Meadows-Jönsson
    2016-09-23 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2016/eric-meadowsjonsson Hex is the package manager for the Erlang ecosystem. It has support in the major build tools and languages; Rebar3, erlang.mk and Elixir. Its adoption is growing steadily, now with over a million weekly downloads. This talk will discuss 4 topics around Hex and package managers. The community aspect; why Hex can be more than a code delivery tool and promote good practices in the community. Security; the current se ...


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  • Erlang and Deep Learning by Garrett Smith
    2016-09-22 Erlang Central

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    Sides and more info: http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2016/garrett-smith The day of the machine is upon us! Whether it's self driving cars, automated drones, or Go playing robots, artificial intelligence is actually starting to work! One of the major driving forces in AI is Deep Learning - a branch of machine learning that uses neural networks, data, and lots of compute power to train models for use in a variety of applications including image recognition, speech translation, object detection ...


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  • Emulating the Essence of Erlang in RVI by Ulf Wiger
    2016-09-21 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info:http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2016/ulf-wiger The Remote Vehicle Interaction (RVI) framework, which is evolving towards an automotive industry standard, needs to support multiple implementations and multiple transports. Still, having the initial implementation in Erlang offers us an opportunity to learn from the best that Erlang has to offer. Erlang is, after all, at its core an enabler for distributed asynchronous messaging applications. But which specific Erlang featu ...


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  • Abstraction Considered Harmful (and other opinions about writing maintainable code) by Erik Stenman
    2016-09-20 Erlang Central

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    http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2016/erik-stenman Since I started programming I have enjoyed higher and higher levels of abstractions in programming languages from 6502 Assembler, via C, Pascal, Basic, Lisp, ML, Scala to Erlang. For many years I also got into a habit of writing frameworks and abstractions in a misguided attempt to live up to the DRY principle. In the last decade, I spent more and more time reading, debugging and maintaining code than writing new code. This has opened my eyes ...


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  • How things are, and how they could be by Fred Hebert
    2016-09-20 Erlang Central

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    Keynote talk from Erlang User Conference 2016 http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2016/ Slides here: http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2016... In this presentation, we take a look at a quick history of Erlang tooling and user experience for newcomers, and try to find reasons for why we are able to have so many fantastic tools but make it so hard to use them properly in a project, and attempt to propose solutions so the community can catch up with the rest of programming languages and provide a b ...


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  • Into the Core – Squeezing Haskell into Nine Constructors by Simon Peyton Jones
    2016-09-20 Erlang Central

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    Keynote talk from Erlang USer Conference 2016 http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2016/ Erlang and Haskell are childhood friends who grew up together. Throughout the years, they have learnt a lot from each other. And just because they have become adults does not mean the learning stops. GHC translates all of Haskell into a tiny but super-expressive intermediate language called Core, does a lot of optimisations on Core, and then generates executable code.   Core is statically typed, making G ...


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  • dotScale 2016 – Mickaël Rémond – Building Scalable Systems: what you can learn from Erlang
    2016-09-20 Erlang Central

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    Filmed at http://2016.dotscale.io on April 25th in Paris. More talks on http://thedotpost.com Erlang is a programming language dedicated to building robust and scalable services. It has matured for many years and finally reached a point where it is one of the secret weapons used by many prominent companies to build large-scale systems. Mickaël walks you through computing history to understand the concepts behind Erlang and explains how they influenced the design of modern languages. ...


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