Videos tagged with Erlang


Erlang in Practice: Application preview

Erlang in Practice: Application preview

Posted in Development

Learn how to write Erlang programs by sitting next to an experienced Erlang programmer as he builds an application from the ground up. In these screencasts, Kevin Smith incrementally builds a distributed chat system using Erlang. You’ll learn first-hand how each aspect of the Erlang language fits together into a real-world application. Throughout these 20-30 minute screencast episodes, yo...

Tags: Erlang, Languages, The Pragmatic Programmers, Erlang in Practice



CORBA Guru Steve Vinoski on REST, Web Services, and Erlang

CORBA Guru Steve Vinoski on REST, Web Services, and Erlang

Posted in Development, Web Technologies, Conferences

Summary In this interview, recorded at QCon San Francisco 2007, CORBA Guru Steve Vinoski talks to Stefan Tilkov about his appreciation for REST, occasions when he would still use CORBA and the role of description languages for distributed systems. Other topics covered include the benefits of knowing many programming languages, and the usefulness of of Erlang to build distributed systems. Bio St...

Tags: Technologies, Interview, Erlang, REST, Web Services, InfoQ, SOA, WS Standards, CORBA, WSDL, Languages, ...


Erlang - software for a concurrent world

Erlang - software for a concurrent world

Posted in Conferences, Development

Summary How do you program a multicore computer? Easy - do it in Erlang. Erlang is a concurrent functional programming language designed for programming fault-tolerant systems. With share-nothing semantics and pure message passing, Erlang programs scales on multicore computers. In this talk, Joe introduces Erlang, the ideas of Concurrent Oriented Programming and commercial applications written ...

Tags: Conferences, Erlang, InfoQ, JAOO Conference, Architecture, Language Design, Distributed Programming, Concurrency, Functional Programming


LinuxConf.Au: Concurrency and Erlang

LinuxConf.Au: Concurrency and Erlang

Posted in Conferences, Operating Systems, Development

By 2009, modern CPUs will possess over a teraflop of computing power. However, they'll also be divided up into 20+ CPU cores that are capable of executing 80+ hardware threads concurrently. How do you deal with such a beast? Even today, concurrency is arguably the most complex problem that programmers have to face, and it'll only get worse: the pipe dream of auto-vectorising compilers that will...

Tags: Conferences, OS, Linux, Lectures, LinuxConf.AU, Erlang