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Etudes for Erlang

A meetup to work through Etudes for Erlang ( Ideally attendees would work through the etude before the meetup, but that isn't strictly required. The meetings discuss one or two of the etudes, with an emphasis on the important parts and a discussion among attendees about their experience with the etude. Hosted by Andrew Turley.

June 11 - Etudes 1 & 2

June 18 - Etude 3

June 25 - Etudes 4 & 5

July 2 - Etude 6

July 9 - Etude 7

July 16 - Etude 7

July 23 - Etude 8

July 30 - Postponed

August 6 - Etude 9

August 13 - Etude 10

August 20 - Etude 11

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  • Francesco C.

    Really enjoyed attending. Keep up the good work!

    August 28, 2013

  • Andrew T.

    Just FYI, for tonight's meetup we're going to try an experiment using a Google hangout to include some remote people. I'll post a link to the hangout here at 6:45 EDT tonight.

    August 6, 2013

  • Andrew T.

    If you're looking for some inspiration, Joe Armstrong's presentation from Lambda Jam is now up at InfoQ ( The talk describes what you need to build a distributed system, and then goes into how Erlang gives you those things. Also, Joe is very funny and doesn't have a problem with wearing shorts.

    August 6, 2013

  • Francesco C.

    Looking forward to meeting you all!

    August 5, 2013

  • Andrew T.

    I'm looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow for chapter 9 of Etudes for Erlang: Handling Errors ( To learn more about the topic, take a look at chapter 9 of Introducing Erlang, chapters 3 and 17 of Erlang Programming, chapter 4 and section 18.2 of Programming Erlang, section 2.8 and chapters 5 and 7 of Erlang and OTP in Action, and chapters 7 and 12 of Learn You Some Erlang For Great Good!. We will start with a discussion of the topic, and then take a look at the solutions people have come up with.

    August 5, 2013

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