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A Practical Guide to GenStage with a Real-Life Use Case

Posted by Gyanendra Aggarwal  on  Apr 15, 2018 Posted by Gyanendra Aggarwal Follow 0 Followers  on  Apr 15, 2018

Gyanendra Aggarwal introduces Elixir GenStage, a back-pressure abstraction, demonstrating how to use it through a real case warehouse automation.

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Erlang and Akka Actors–A Story of Tradeoffs

Posted by Pranav Rao  on  Mar 16, 2018 2 Posted by Pranav Rao Follow 0 Followers  on  Mar 16, 2018 2

Pranav Rao discusses how BEAM differs from Akka actors implemented over the JVM and how design decisions can affect performance.

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Background Processing with RabbitMQ

Posted by Tatsuya Ono  on  Oct 25, 2017 Posted by Tatsuya Ono Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 25, 2017

Tatsuya Ono introduces TaskBunny, a background processing library, discussing implementation details and why they chose RabbitMQ over Erlang process/OTP.

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Testing Web Services with QuickCheck

Posted by Thomas Arts  on  Oct 14, 2017 Posted by Thomas Arts Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 14, 2017

Thomas Arts discusses how to test web services with QuickCheck.

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Prototype to Production: Creating Connected Hardware with Nerves

Posted by Justin Schneck  on  Sep 14, 2017 Posted by Justin Schneck Follow 0 Followers  on  Sep 14, 2017

Justin Schneck demonstrates building simple devices using Nerves, discussing strategies for producing clean and maintainable code for embedded systems.

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Loquat: A Design for Large-scale Distributed Applications

Posted by Christopher Meiklejohn  on  Sep 07, 2017 Posted by Christopher Meiklejohn Follow 0 Followers  on  Sep 07, 2017

Christopher Meiklejohn introduces Loqaut, a design for large-scale actor programming on the Erlang virtual machine.

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Cloud-Sourcing T.S. Eliot

Posted by Sarah Gray  on  Jul 17, 2017 Posted by Sarah Gray Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 17, 2017

Sarah Gray shares her observations from using Erlang to reconstruct poetry from live Twitter streams, what’s great and not so great about Erlang, what language features she loves, etc..

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Why We Chose Erlang over Java, Scala, Go, C

Posted by Colin Hemmings  on  May 31, 2017 4 Posted by Colin Hemmings Follow 1 Followers  on  May 31, 2017 4

Colin Hemmings discusses when and why one should choose Erlang over other options, but also when not to choose it.

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Designing with Passion

Posted by Joe Armstrong  on  Jul 08, 2016 1 Posted by Joe Armstrong Follow 2 Followers , Evan Czaplicki Follow 1 Followers , Bruce Tate Follow 0 Followers , Dave Thomas Follow 1 Followers , John Hughes Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 08, 2016 1

Panelists answer questions on the languages they contributed to: How do you organize thoughts and code? What unique advances in usability did your language make? Why do your users love to code in it?

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Fault-Tolerant Sensor Nodes with Erlang/OTP and Arduino

Posted by Kenji Rikitake  on  Jun 25, 2016 Posted by Kenji Rikitake Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 25, 2016

Kenji Rikitake discusses using Erlang/OTP for IoT, covering communication protocols, design principles and overcoming hardware limitations for endpoint devices in fault-tolerant systems.

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A CutEr Tool

Posted by Kostis Sagonas  on  Jun 19, 2016 Posted by Kostis Sagonas Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 19, 2016

Kostis Sagonas introduces the idea of concolic unit testing of Erlang programs and the CutEr tool, how it is different, and how it can be used to identify errors in programs in a fully automatic way.

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An Erlang-Based Philosophy for Service Reliability

Posted by Jamshid Mahdavi  on  Jun 03, 2016 2 Posted by Jamshid Mahdavi Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 03, 2016 2

Jamshid Mahdavi explains how WhatsApp has developed their server components, the deployment processes, and how they monitor, alert, and repair the inevitable failures in a billion-users service.

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