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Brian L. T.


San Francisco, CA

Member since:

July 25, 2013


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

Both. I'm a software dev. at Rackspace. We use erlang internally to provide a service layer over all of our DC networking gear. "Software defined networks for commodity hardware." is the elevator pitch.

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

[ $0 + X || <<X:1>> <= <<"erlang!">> ]


Erlang hacker at AdRoll. I do things with/to computers.

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