Build an FTP server in 30 minutes with Ranch


By Erlang Central | Published: November 5, 2012



The Ranch TCP acceptors pool allows rapid development of network applications. But how fast is it really to write such an application and implement a protocol? How should the protocol be implemented? What are the traps to avoid?
This presentation will be a live demonstration of the implementation of an FTP server from scratch up to a working state using Ranch, binary pattern matching and a nice French accent.
Talk objectives: Learn how to use Ranch, Learn how to implement a text protocol using binary pattern matching.
Target audience: Network programmers and people willing to witness the incredible productivity that Erlang can offer.

Speakers:

  • Loïc Hoguin

    Erlang Cowboy and Nine Nines Founder
    Nine Nines

    Founder of the Nine Nines open source Erlang company. Main author of the Cowboy, Bullet, Sheriff and Farwest projects. Spawnfest co-founder and organizer.

    Twitter: @lhoguin

    Loïc Hoguin


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