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Programming Erlang

Software for a Concurrent World

A multi-user game, web site, cloud application, or networked database can have thousands of users all interacting at the same time. You need a powerful, industrial-strength tool to handle the really hard problems inherent in parallel, concurrent environments. You need Erlang. In this second edition of the bestselling Programming Erlang, you’ll learn how to write parallel programs that scale effortlessly on multicore systems.


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alamba78 @alamba78
Programming Erlang (heard great things)

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George Baptista @gpb
In terms of Erlang books, I'd definitely recommend Joe Armstrong's "Programming Erlang: Software for a Concurrent World". In particular, I got alot out of these chapters:

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Aston @AstonJ
In this second edition of the bestselling Programming Erlang, you’ll learn how to write parallel programs that scale effortlessly on multicore systems.

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Dina @soundstruck
I think I probably want to go back and re-read some of Programming Erlang again at this point.

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Dina @soundstruck
Programming Erlang

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Sven @swennemans
Anyone read Programming Erlang by Joe Armstrong?

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Bibek P @bibekp
Here's some erlang qlc from the mnesia chapter of Programming Erlang

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Greg Vaughn @gregvaughn
I answered "Already know erlang" but only because I've been doing Elixir long enough to delve into it by reading Programming Erlang by Joe Armstrong and Designing for Scalability with OTP/Erlang by Caesarini and Vinoski.

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@peerreynders
Seems to be a direct consequence of Chapter 13: Programming Erlang 2e:

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