Written by Raimo, 10 Oct 2014
ErlangCamp is being held in Austin. This Camp, like all ErlangCamps, will
be an intensive two day learning experience focused on getting you up to
speed on creating large scale, fault tolerant distributed applications in
• Fundamental Erlang (data types, functions, pattern matching, processes,
anonymous functions, etc...)
• OTP (gen servers, process supervision, fault tollerance via OTP, etc...)
• Operationalization and packaging (applications, releases, deployment)
• Distribution (nodes, registration, distributed mode, etc...)
It is a lot of information and we are pretty darn good at teaching it - we
improve each year. This is a unique opportunity for individuals using, or
wanting to use Erlang to get direct access to experts in building these
large systems and be taught directly by those experts in a high
interaction environment. The intention of ErlangCamp is to teach. To that
end we have have found that we can only provide the interactive experience
we desire by keeping the number of attendees low. So we only have around
100 seats available and those will go quickly.
More information on http://erlangcamp.com/austin
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Written by Raimo, 22 Sep 2014
Join us for the Erlang Conference in Chicago on 22 September. The event is
designed to advance your practical knowledge of Erlang. This year we're
emphasising Real World Erlang. First confirmed speakers are Joe Armstrong,
Steve Vinoski, Garrett Smith, Fred Hebert and Jesse Gumm. More coming soon!
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Written by Raimo, 13 Sep 2012
Commercial Users of Functional Programming sep 13th-15th 2012 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
CUFP 2012 will be co-located with ICFP 2012.
The CUFP workshop is a place where people can see how others are using functional programming to solve real world problems; where practitioners meet and collaborate; where language designers and users can share ideas about the future of their favourite language; and where one can learn practical techniques and approaches for putting functional programming to work.
Written by Raimo, 24 Mar 2011
There might be some disturbances since we have to change IP addresses through DNS and change mail servers at the same time.
We will also change mailing list software to our previous GNU Mailman; the grass was not greener on the qmail side. The web interface to Mailman might take some time to get working, we'll see. All subscribtions will be transferred.
Not all services will be transferred, e.g bittorrent since there has been a fairly low usage. Given sufficient public demand, we might rethink this. The mirrors will also be a future issue since we now get a dynamic content site.
Written by Raimo, 3 Mar 2011
We will move the server for demo.erlang.org to a new location so there will be one day of downtime. It will be up again 2011-03-03 at 1600 CET, hopefully. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Written by Raimo, 30 Sep 2010
The The Ninth ACM SIGPLAN Erlang Workshop will take place on September 30, 2010, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. See the call for papers.
It is a satellite event of the 15th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Functional Programming (ICFP) , September 27-29. http://www.icfpconference.org/icfp2010/.
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