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Etudes for Erlang

A meetup to work through Etudes for Erlang (http://chimera.labs.oreilly.com/books/1234000000726). 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 5

July 9 - Etude 6

July 16 - Etude 7

July 23 - Etude 8

July 30 - Etude 9

August 6 - Etude 10

August 13 - Etude 11 & 12

 

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  • Andrew T.

    FYI, if you were at the meetup then your picture was in a slide from Simon's OSCON talk, which was subsequently tweeted by Francesco Cesarini. So you're almost famous! https://twitter.com/FrancescoC/status/360462132334194688/photo/1

    July 25, 2013

  • Simon S.

    It was amazing to see you all last night and to watch the different ways you worked through the Etudes. Keep up the good work, and hopefully we'll meet again!

    July 17, 2013

  • Jonathan R.

    Is the host providing food for this meetup?

    July 16, 2013

    • Derek B.

      Yes- it should be pizza. And beer.

      July 16, 2013

  • Andrew T.

    Hey everyone, this week's Etudes For Erlang meetup covers Chapter 7: Higher Order Functions and List Comprehensions (http://chimera.labs.oreilly.com/books/1234000000726/ch07.html). This will continue some of the concepts covered last time. If there's interest, we may also go over some solutions to the last two etudes that we didn't have time to cover last week. You can learn more about the topic by reading chapter 9 of "Erlang Programming", sections 3.4 and 3.6 of "Programming Erlang", sections 2.7 and 2.9 of "Erlang and OTP in Action", and chapters 1 and 6 of "Learn You Some Erlang For Great Good!". I'm looking forward to the discussion and seeing solutions tomorrow.

    July 15, 2013

    • Jonathan R.

      I'm new, so I need clarification on the reading. "Erlang Programming" is the OReilly book? "Programming Erlang" is the Armstrong book whose full title is "Programming Erlang: Software for a Concurrent World"?

      July 15, 2013

    • Derek B.

      That's right. Definitely check out Learn You Some Erlang For Great Good, too, which is available for free online, or in book form.

      July 15, 2013

  • Bibek P.

    Unfortunately won't be in the area after all

    July 8, 2013

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