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Joel D.


Sunnyvale, CA

Member since:

May 10, 2013

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

I've only dabbled in Erlang out of personal interest.

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

I like the functional/logical aspect of it. I loved Lisp and Prolog in college but have never been able to use them for real work projects.


Hi, I'm a software architect for a telecom company on the East Coast (as a remote employee in the SF Bay Area). I've worked in telecom/VoIP for over 15 years and am excited to see the popularity of Erlang in telecom/communicatio­ns.

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