Re: [softwaredev-120] Talks for next meetup

From: Jordan W.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 12:55 PM
I'd be willing to give a talk on whatever. I can do any of the segments we do for ErlangCamp (behaviors, apps, releases, distribution, debug tools, etc.)

Also, I could present a backend that I wrote completely in Erlang that handles credit card transactions for mobile apps. I think it might actually be of interest, since it is a real world example that is currently being used for my startup. 


On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 12:16 PM, Eric Moritz <[address removed]> wrote:

I have a good grasp on OTP but fall down face first when trying to do a release. A talk on reltool etc would be nice.

On Nov 13,[masked]:46 AM, "Thomas Allen" <[address removed]> wrote:
`Erlang/OTP in Action` is an excellent book. The part on releases is
particularly valuable. You guys should definitely give it a look even if
you don't end up studying it in the group.

It sounds like you're already past the language basics, you might want
to begin with Chapter 3, where the authors begin to tackle OTP; there
are some good tidbits in the earlier chapters but most will probably be
review.

Thomas


On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 03:18:24AM -0500, Colin MacDonald wrote:
> <html><body><div style="color:#333;font-family:Verdana,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:12px;"><font face="verdana,arial,sans-serif"><p>Hi all,</p>
> <p>I'm looking at mid-December for our next meetup. Let me know if you have something you could present on - projects you've done, cool tools you've played with, or whatever - or something you'd like to know more about. I could dust off my ErlangDC presentation, though that may be too basic for most of this group by now.</p>
> <p>I was also thinking of starting some sort of study group for <em>Erlang and OTP In Action</em>. We could cover a chapter or two each meeting. It'd be a mix of presentation and discussion. Hopefully, it'd be the kind of thing you wouldn't <em>have</em> to prepare for, but you'd get more out of it if you did. Let me know if you'd be interested in that.</p>
> <p>Any other ideas? Other book recommendations? Feel free to reply to the list, or email me directly at [address removed].</p>
> <p>Hope to see you all soon!</p>
> <p>- Colin</p>
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