Main Content

Bootcamp: Practical Erlang Programming

About the Talk

December 3, 2011 4:00 AM

AOL Campus, 22000 AOL Way Dulles, VA 20166

AOL Campus, 22000 AOL Way Dulles, VA 20166

NOTE: Participants should bring a laptop with Erlang installed.

This hands on tutorial will give you an introduction to the Erlang programming language. You will learn the basics of how to read, write and structure Erlang programs.

We start with an insight into the theory and concepts behind sequential and concurrent Erlang, allowing you to get acquainted with the Erlang syntax and semantics. We conclude with an overview of the error handling mechanisms used to build fault tolerant systems with five nines availability.

Delegates who will benefit from this tutorial includes those want to learn more about Erlang and its concurrency model. Attending will put you on the right track in building distributed, fault tolerant massively concurrent soft real-time systems.

In order to get the most out of this tutorial, you must have a good grasp of other programming languages. This will be a hands on tutorial. You will need a laptop with Erlang installed and your favorite editor.

Ratings and Recommendations

Avg. Rating

Average based
on 8 ratings

comments powered by Disqus