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7th Meeting

Michael is going to talk about Kerl a tool for easy building and installing of Erlang/OTP instances.

Robin is going to present a look-ahead parser, as an example of Erlang working with strings.

Tim will present on using ChicagoBoss and Ember.js to build Javascript powered web apps. There will be some bad JS code, but you won't need to be able to write bad JS to appreciate the content.

 

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  • Robin H.

    One of the best meetings yet

    1 · April 3, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi guys, we're running late and downstairs, tried the intercom. Just wondering how to get up.

    April 2, 2013

  • Robin H.

    Rather than a code war example, I'm going to quickly show a lookahead parser experiment in Erlang - for a language that's not supposed to be good at strings it's actually turned out to be a lot more elegant than I expected.

    April 2, 2013

  • Tim M.

    That would be fantastic.
    Thanks.

    April 2, 2013

  • Michael N.

    I would like to talk about https://github.com/spawngrid/kerl and other things if people are interested (if we have enough bandwidth we can play with it) - it does seem to work - and is impressive.

    April 2, 2013

  • Tim M.

    Hi All,

    Erlang Sydney is on again in 2 weeks time: Tuesday 2nd April, 6:00pm for a start around 6:30.

    If you'd like to speak or have ideas about talks you'd like to hear, please add them on the wiki https://github.com/erlsyd/erlsyd/wiki Starting off for the year it'd be great to have a mix of talks, especially Erlang fundamentals, since a number of people turn up and aren't familar with the language. We don't have any fixed times for talk so if you only want to speak for 5 mins on something or if you have something longer please speak. Remember the whole group runs on people getting up and speaking, so please get involved.

    I'd also like to raise the idea of having a hack night so people can get their hands dirty with some Erlang. Would anyone be interested in doing that?

    Cheers,
    Tim

    March 21, 2013

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