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elbrujohalcon's recent publications on Erlang Central

ERLANG EASTER-EGGS

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I’m back! Cask removed, arm in recovery :) — Let’s celebrate with some funny bits of Erlang/OTP! Up to this point, I’ve been sharing a good number of odd and/or confusing bits for and ...

THE EXCEPTIONAL SERVER

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I discovered what I will show you today the first time I tried to create agen_server based behaviour in Erlang. For wpool, I think. Anyway, I forgot about it for ...

THE SHOEMAKER’S SON

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Time for a new Erlang story, kids! This one is about one of my favourite Erlang tools: dialyzer. You may know this already, but I always recommend checking all your Erlang ...

BeamBA 2016 – new meetup on Sept. 28th

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BeamBA 2016 is coming! The community of Erlang, Elixir, Efene, LFE devs around Buenos Aires is congregating again for a new meetup on Sept. 28th, 7PM at Inaka's offices. We're looking for speakers (remote ones ...

Erlang: If I Fell In Love With You

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This article is a little bit different to the funny/surprising stories I’ve been writing about Erlang, although somehow related. It is a battle-story in the sense that I found this ...

List Incomprehensions

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I’ve already talked about this on Inaka’s blog but I thought the list of Erlang battle-stories I’m building here won’t be complete without the story ofincomprehensible list comprehensions. Keep reading ...

There are Guards and Guards

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The next one in my list of Erlang battle-stories was actually published in theerlang-questions mailing list and explained by Kostis Sagonas and Doug Rohrer, but it was so WAT-provoking that ...

Playing with Strings

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In this episode of my Erlang battle-story saga I will talk about something that bugs me a lot, but I’m aware how irrelevant all this might be to most erlangers ...

PERISCOPE UP!

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This Erlang battle-story owns its name (and its presence on the list) to Iñaki Garay. I struggled with it once, of course, and so did he. But he also noticed ...

Having fun with funs :)

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To continue with my Erlang battle-story saga, let’s talk a bit about anonymous functions (a.k.a. funs). I think I already shared this story somewhere but I googled it and I ...

Canillita (Your First Erlang Server) – V2

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Let's start this new year with a big bang! Do you remember when you learned how to create your first web server with Erlang? Well that's so 2013! The libraries we ...

Sumo Rest – The easiest way to build RESTful API servers in #Erlang

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Sumo Rest Generic Cowboy handlers to work with Sumo DB   We, at Inaka, build our RESTful servers on top of cowboy. We use sumo_db to manage our persistence and trails together with ...

Serpents in Erlang

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It took me too long to write this blog post and the main reason is that it encompasses many many different topics. This will be a blog post about Inakathons TDD Game development Data ...

Erlang Meta Testing, Revisited

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[Meta-]Testing One thing that's notably out of gadget's reach is testing. That responsibility still lies in the hands of the developers. At Inaka we practice TDD, so we require devs to ...

Erlang Dojo 2015 Gold Fever

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This Monday was fun. Our offices were visited by 8 professors and students from the University of Rosario, Argentina (Universidad Nacional de Rosario), to play games and learn some Erlang ...

Xref-Runner

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We would like to introduce the latest addition to our list of open-source projects: xref-runner. You can read all about it in our blog. Announcing xref_runner Erlang has many strengths, stemming from its design decisions. One ...