Wed Feb 5 17:07:46 CET 2003
1. Didn't you have a version of the Wiki which you could
write more tree-like structured documents with. Wouldn't
that fit for this purpose?
2. Your point 8. Parsing in Erlang. I believe I have seen another
excellent spitting in the sawdust tutorial from yourself on this topic,
but now I can't find it.
Wed 05 februari 2003 , Joe Armstrong wrote:
> 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 :-)>>
> 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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