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NYC Erlang Factory Lite 14 September: Early Bird ends on 16 August

Andra D.
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NYC Erlang Factory Lite on 14 September will be a chance for East Coast developers to find out more about Erlang and its use in the real world. Adam Denenberg, VP of Engineering at the Huffington Post will talk about the architecture and setup built to power their real-time WebSocket-based commenting framework. Christopher Meiklejohn, software engineer at Basho, will provide an introduction to building Riak Core applications. Fred Hebert, engineer on Heroku's Routing Team, will talk about Heroku’s cloud platform composed of heterogeneous components (written in Ruby, Erlang and Go, to name a few) and why a large part of its routing stack is written in Erlang. Other speakers include Christian Gribneau, CTO of Ology Media, and Mahesh Paolini-Subramanya, Creator of the first Erlang Cloud PBX. For more info check out the program on the ErlangFactory website: http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/NYC2013/programme­

Early Bird tickets are $70 until the 16th of August. Half-price student tickets also available.

If you want to get a firm grip on the Erlang Basics, you can't miss the 3 day Erlang Express course taught by co-inventor of Erlang Robert Virding before the factory on 11-13 September. Check out all course details here: https://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/NYC2013/university/ErlangExpress­
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