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Not so boring intro to Erlang


- installed Erlang environment (r14 or newer)

- text editor of choice

- basic knowledge of Erlang syntax and functional programming concepts

Recommended read:

Event description:

This event will concentrate on introduction to Erlang language by some hands-on exercises interleaved with bits of presentation (or the other way round). We will concentrate on features that make Erlang distinguishable - concurrency and functional approach. To make this event more interesting, as a main topic we've chosen an exercise to implement Scala's Futures in Erlang ( This should make this meeting more approachable to people already familiar with Scala.



Further resources for Erlang beginners:



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  • Grzegorz Ś.

    If doors to the building are locked, call 3a.

    August 8, 2013

  • Adam S.

    I deeply regret, but I can't come. I would be really grateful if you could publish the exercises after the meeting...

    1 · August 7, 2013

  • LAFK

    Probable date: early August. Probable place: talks ongoing.

    July 15, 2013

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