The Erlang Factory comes to Palo Alto in the San Francisco Bay Area April 27th - May 1st! This promises to be the largest gathering of Erlang expertise since last year’s eXchange in London. Confirmed speakers include Robert Virding, Ulf Wiger, Richard Carlsson, Kevin Smith, John Hughes, Ezra Zygmuntowicz, Mickael Remond and many many more. Tentative tracks include Tools and Gadgets, Erlang and TDD, Erlang and IM, Relax with CouchDB and Cool Applications.
Running together with the Factory is the Erlang University - 3-day courses on Erlang, OTP Design Patterns, Quick Check and CouchDB, allowing you to combine a training course, talks and tutorials in the same week. Come and meet Erlang inventors and experts who have been using the language long before it was released as open source, network with committers of the open source applications or debate and discuss the latest features and libraries. For more information on the Erlang Factory, visit our Erlang Factory site.
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» nblumhardt (Nicholas Blumhardt): @bentayloruk given the opportunity to dig into FP, there are so many interesting options - F#, but also Erlang, Haskell, Clojure, ... :)
@bentayloruk given the opportunity to dig into FP, there are so many interesting options - F#, but also Erlang, Haskell, Clojure, ... :)
» seancribbs (Sean Cribbs): @mrb_bk Yes, it seems it is “make implementing the goals easier”, which might be a non-starter for Erlang
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