Tag Archives: Software (Industry)

  • GOTO 2016 • Back to the Future • Robert Virding
    2016-09-29 Erlang Central

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    This presentation was recorded at GOTO Stockholm 2016 http://gotosthlm.com Robert Virding - Erlang Solutions ABSTRACT As applications reach millions of subscribers, the inherent benefits of Erlang/OTP and BEAM [...] Download slides and read the full abstract here: https://gotosthlm.com/2016/sessions/18 https://twitter.com/gotosthlm https://www.facebook.com/GOTOConference http://gotocon.com ...


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  • The Erlang VM or How I Stopped Worrying & Started Loving Parallel Programming • Erik Stenman
    2016-05-24 Erlang Central

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    Check out our upcoming conferences at http://gotocon.com Subscribe to GOTO Conference's YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/GOTOConferences?sub_confirmation=1 Erik Stenman - Chief Erlang Wizard at Klarna ABSTRACT Writing a 24/7 financial web services is quite hard. Writing scalable software is hard. Writing parallel programs is really hard. With the right tool though, it gets easier. In this talk I will present the Erlang VM: Beam. Beam implements message passing, process ...


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  • 8LU with Robert Virding: Erlang, Concurrency and LFE (Lisp Flavoured Erlang)
    2016-04-20 Erlang Central

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    Erlang was designed around a set of requirements for telecom systems. They were distributed, massively concurrent systems which had to scale with demand, be capable of handling massive peak loads and never fail. The Erlang concurrency and error-handling model was developed around these requirements. This part of the talk describes how Erlang was designed, the actual concurrency model and how it is used to build systems. Why yet another lisp? Why do we need/want a new lisp for the Erlang VM? W ...


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  • 8LU with Robert Virding: Erlang, Concurrency and LFE (Lisp Flavoured Erlang)
    2015-11-12 Erlang Central

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    Erlang was designed around a set of requirements for telecom systems. They were distributed, massively concurrent systems which had to scale with demand, be capable of handling massive peak loads and never fail. The Erlang concurrency and error-handling model was developed around these requirements. This part of the talk describes how Erlang was designed, the actual concurrency model and how it is used to build systems. Why yet another lisp? Why do we need/want a new lisp for the Erlang VM? W ...


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  • Improvements in RabbitMQ: Performance and Future Directions – Alvaro Videla
    2015-10-28 Erlang Central

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    RabbitMQ Core Developer Alvaro Videla presents: - An overview of RabbitMQ's internal architecture. - The tools used to identify the areas of the broker that needed improvement in terms of performance. - What techniques were used by Pivotal to achieve favourable results in the latest RabbitMQ release. - A tour of the features that will make RabbitMQ even faster in the future. Slides here: https://www.erlang-solutions.com/resources/webinars/improvements-rabbitmq-performance-and-future-direc ...


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  • “HTTP/2 in Erlang” by Joe DeVivo
    2015-09-28 Erlang Central

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    HTTP/1 has had a good run, and to be honest, it's not going anywhere anytime soon. What it is doing, is going through TCP connections like nobody's business! If you're looking to streamline communications overhead between a browser and a server or lower the network traffic of your web service calls, you might want to get on board this HTTP/2 bandwagon. I'm going to chat with you all about the HTTP protocol. How it does the things that it claims. What's the deal with multiplexing? What's so co ...


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