Sensor Networks

This month, Gordon Miller will be presenting work that he's been performing for the Army in developing plug and play architectures for sensors networks.  He'll discuss Erlang's unique suitability for the domain, structure of the application, and our experiences in packaging and deployment.

We're back in NMB offices (same as usual). You can see the entrance here on Google Street ViewNote: We need a list of attendees for the security folks, so please respond if you're planning on coming.

Note that it's this coming Tuesday. Sorry for the short notice!

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  • Gordon M.

    I've finally gotten the presentation up on my corporate Website. The link is http://www.oakwoodcontrols.com/...­.

    It occurred to me during the presentation that this was really two different presentations that got mashed into one and both are geared to different audiences. I'll be working on breaking these out into separate presentations, one focused on the tutorial aspect and the other focused on the design of a system using erlang OTP in this space.

    August 30, 2012

    • Terry J. L.

      That would be great to have both aspect separated. Thanks Gordon!

      August 30, 2012

  • Gordon M.

    And for those of you who are Powerpoint averse, one of my employees created a PDF version of the presentation. Its available at http://oakwoodcontrols.com/publ...­

    August 30, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thought it was interesting that he doesn't use build tools. In frustration with rebar I had been heading the same way but thought that not using rebar would be bad style.

    Interesting that Gordon likes yaws.

    August 29, 2012

  • Ram C S.

    Gordon, can you post (a link to) your presentation deck?

    August 29, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    The introduction to Erlang was very informative.

    August 29, 2012

  • Ram C S.

    Great presentation. Very enlightening to hear about Gordon's team's experiences in development, and the methodologies they employ (no Rebar/Sinan!!!), and about how their Erlang implementations outperforms their JVM and C++-based implementations, while also being easier to develop, operate, and maintain.

    August 29, 2012

  • Gordon M.

    I did the presentation so of course I'm going to give it high marks :) Seriously though, very great group of individuals with very good questions and definitely interested in the topic. Looking forward to the next meetup.

    August 28, 2012

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