Tag Archives: Erlang Factory SF Bay Area 2011

  • Erlang Gives You Superpowers
    2011-03-21 Erlang Central

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    Whether you are using Erlang-powered applications or writing your own, Erlang and OTP can give you superpowers. My own discovery of these powers started when I needed a better XMPP server and led quickly to designing entire systems with Erlang. I will talk about how you can get your own superpower, my experiences with using Erlang superpowers (for good!), and show an example of how Erlang gives my own projects a competitive advantage. Target audience: Erlang newcomers and people interes ...


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  • Powerful, Open-Source, VoIP Cloud Services with Erlang
    2011-03-21 Erlang Central

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    We've built an open-source product that automatically deploys, scales and distributes VoIP calls across the Internet on commodity or virtualized servers. It fully utilizes Erlang for VoIP logic as well as relies on other Erlang products like CouchDB and RabbitMQ. It's got an awesome set of APIs and some other nifty features. ...


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  • Lower barriers to entry with a REST architecture
    2011-03-21 Erlang Central

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    Even if Erlang technical relevance has been proven on large scale applications, the choice can still be questioned when you want to create an open source community. Indeed, while Erlang community is still expanding, as of now it remains small compared to mainstream languages. U.C.Engine core is an open source persistent publish / suscribe server written in Erlang. It allows you to build real time collaboration applications... Even if you don't know how to code in Erlang. In this presentati ...


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  • A guide to the Erlang ecosystem: the development process, continuous integration and packages
    2011-03-21 Erlang Central

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    Until the end of 2009 Erlang/OTP was largely developed behind closed doors at Ericsson with only basic opportunities to contribute by the community. The move to Github has changed the ecosystem drastically, making it possible for developers outside of Ericsson to contribute. However, contributors need to follow guidelines to make everybody's life easier. This change has also allowed others to improve the process where possible, thus helping to raise the profile of Erlang as a mature and a ...


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  • Distributed Social Networking with ejabberd
    2011-03-21 Erlang Central

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    With the rise of highly centralised social network, is a big risk of centralisation of lot of data in a single place. This is a point of failure and a threat for privacy. XMPP protocol (eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) is a protocol designed to build decentralised, federated infrastructure. Known for synchronous communication, XMPP is also very good at typical asynchronous communications found in social networks. I will present the OneSocialWeb initiative to build federated social net ...


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  • CouchDB and Erlang: Mobile and Flexible
    2011-03-21 Erlang Central

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    Erlang is ideal for writing robust highly concurrent applications and allows for a flexible design that is easily scalable and readily extensible. CouchDB's replication and sync capabilities make it ideal as a datastore on mobile devices. What happens when you put all these components two together? During his talk, Damien Katz will provide a brief introduction to CouchDB, illustrate how CouchDB functions as a datastore for mobile devices and the challenges of porting to mobile environments like ...


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