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The Munich Erlang Factory Lite 2012

From: Wioletta D.
Sent on: Friday, September 7, 2012 6:02 PM
Hello All, 

Interested in functional programming? You might like the Munich Erlang Factory Lite 2012. Taking place on the 29 September 2012 in the Haus der Bayerischen Wirtschaft, in Munich, Germany.
It is full-day conference which is a great opportunity to meet up with Erlangers from a range of fields and abilities to review innovative projects and solutions related to the Erlang programming language, with elements of NoSQL and Riak. Our presentations aim to be accessible to everyone interested in Erlang who is keen to raise their programming skills to a higher level.

So join us and learn from the best minds and names in Erlang programming: language inventors, implementers and maintainers, as well as open-source committers, community leaders and Erlang authors. Our line-up of speakers includes Pavlo Baron, Paolo Negri, Ward Bekker, Steve Vinoski and Darach Ennis.

This event happily coincides with the Munich Beer festival and if you’ve ever wanted to test the theory of the Ballmer Peak, this could be the perfect opportunity! We have plans of testing it out ourselves, but not until after the main event. 
If you attended the Munich Erlang Factory Lite last year we hope you are already convinced not to miss it this year! For those of you new to Erlang Factory Lites, Munich could be the perfect introduction.

Later we thought we might try applying the Ballmer Peak theory to Erlang… we feel it could fit very well! Make sure you join us for a beer sponsored by Basho and find out.

To join us in Munich, bring your ideas and meet up with the Munich Erlang brainstormers, sign up for the Munich Erlang Factory Lite here:

Have a great weekend!
Erlang Solutions Team

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