Programming Erlang, Second Edition. Software for a Concurrent World. Joe Armstrong. The Pragmatic Bookshelf. Dallas, Texas • Raleigh, North Carolina. Concurrent Programming in ERLANG. Second Edition. Joe Armstrong. Robert Virding. Claes Wikström. Mike Williams. Ericsson. Telecommunications Systems . Programming Erlang has ratings and 34 reviews. David said: A book with big cons and big pros. I think it will be easiest if I simply list the cons an.

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Erlang solves one of the most pressing problems facing developers today: Sep 21, Vimal Earnest rated it it was amazing. This experience helped him during his physics studies at University College Londonwhere he debugged the programs of his fellow students in exchange for beer. Erlanb really seems to enjoy showing off Erlang’s features.

I wish it was a little more concise and focused, and a bit more clear on where all the pieces fit together. While working at Ericsson inJoe Armstrong was one of the designers and implementers of Erlang. I liked the Sherlock case. Overall, I’d look to other books for the Erlang magic.

Introducing Erlang takes no more than pages. Will read it sometime. The first book you should read if you are learning Erlang. Menarik membaca buku bahasa pemrograman dari pionirnya.

It is well-structured and covers the topics in an consise and joyful manner. I think these kinds of languages are the future of programming.

Programming Erlang (2nd edition) by Joe Armstrong | The Pragmatic Bookshelf

Jul 30, Decy rated it liked it Shelves: Despite this qualm, I feel that I have a pretty good grasp of things after just a couple weeks of reading a book. Oct 13, Michael rated it really liked it Shelves: Erlang process creation is very efficient, and there is no great difference between running such a program as many threads on one box or many processes on multiple boxes. Your users will think that your code is slow.


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Programming Erlang, 2nd Edition

As others have mentioned before, it is a bit chaotic at times, with understanding coming only after reading future chapters and with a few mistakes here and there, but this is made up for by the depth of the material and the positive energy of the author present on every erlsng. Living in an Ivory Basement Interview. There is a nice example of implementing map-reduce for disk indexing with Erlang on a multicore system.

Open Preview See a Problem? Originally a physicist, he switched to computer science when he ran out of money in the middle of his physics PhD and landed a job as a researcher working for Donald Michie —one of the founders of the field of artificial intelligence in Britain. In the early chapters there’s a real feeling of purpose, but by the end you almost feel despon I really wanted to write a lovely review of this not just because it’s a prag prog book but also because I like the values espoused by the Erlang community.

Programming Erlang, 2nd Edition [Book]

Programming Libraries and Frameworks Chapter The language itself has a number of very interesting conceptual features. Oct 16, Bill rated it it was ok. And it’s written by Joe Armstrong, one of the creators of Erlang. It has been used commercially for many years to build massive fault-tolerated systems that run for years with minimal failures.


Excellent into into Erlang, definitely the future of concurrent programming. Book Description A multi-user game, web site, cloud application, or networked database can have thousands of users all interacting at the same time.

Of course there is not book that will make you a specialist in new language in two weeks, and no one should have any doubts on that. I’ve been programming with Erlang at work for 9 months already but the book has been a great back-filler and refresher.

Paperbackpages. He is best known as the author of the Erlang programming language. This is the definitive book on Erlang, written by Joe Armstrong, the creator of the Erlang language. Suatu saat nanti akan belajar Erlang lagi, yay! Start Free Trial No credit card required.

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Erlang will eflang your view of the world, and of how you program. I especially like how it keeps it real with references to real world cases.

Personally, it makes me feel like I am taking a stroll down the rabbit hole into the wonders of the Erlang world. Erlang takes a little getting used to.

The book is laid out in a reader-hostile manner: Who Is This Book For? Sekarang malah harus belajar Java ME dulu. Sequential Programming Chapter 3: I would recommend looking at the other Erlang books that are available.