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ricky i.


San Francisco, CA

Member since:

January 24, 2014

Do you use Erlang/OTP? For personal projects? Professionally?

Not yet, but will most likely be used professionally at first, then expand to something more fun.

Favorite thing about Erlang/OTP (or coolest line of code):

As a novice programmer, the idea of hot swapping code blew my mind.


Smatter of everything, knowledge of none. Lowly support guy at 2600hz trying to get on the development team.

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