New tutorial

Joe Armstrong <>
Wed Feb 5 16:32:16 CET 2003


On Wed, 5 Feb 2003, Joakim G. wrote:

> Excellent

Thank you.

  If  you like  I  can *volunteer*  to  write some  new tutorials  and
copy-edit any tutorials that other people might like to write.

  If you like the idea you can do one of a number of things

  1) suggest a new topic that interests you
  2) volunteer to write a topic
  3) vote for a topic on the list

  Can we try to use the wiki for this (the wiki is not used much for
reasons I don't understand) go and add your comments at

 <<aside you do all know what a wiki is don't you :-)>>
 

  http://www.bluetail.com/wiki/showPage?node=ErlangTutorials

  /Joe

  Here's a quick list ...

        1. How code loading works
        2. How to make a stand-alone system
        3. How to set up distributed Erlang
        4. Erlang behind a firewall
        5. The Erlang term format
        6. How to write a socket server
        7. How to write a socket client
        8. Parsing in Erlang
        9. Regular expressions in Erlang
        10. The gen server
        11. The event server
        12. Making an application
        13. Obtaining the distribution
        14. Programming guidelines
        15. Getting started with mnesia
        16. Writing your first fault-tolerant application
        17. How to write error free code
        18. Using the debugger
        19. using the coverage analyzer
        20. ...

> 
> /Jocke
> 

> >
> >  The solution and all the code are available at:
> >
> >     http://www.sics.se/~joe/tutorials/robust_server.html
> >
> >  All comments, corrections and improvements are welcomed.
> >
> >  /Joe
> >
> >  
> >
> 
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